Hi! I'm Chris! When I'm not working, I love to stay active. Tough Mudders, triathlon training, being a regular at the boxing gym, spinning, and occasionally doing weights. My job is to talk and interrupt rich and frumpy strangers while wearing pajamas, and it can't get much more awkward than that, but I'm totally comfortable in most situations. People always tell me how good my voice is, and have no issues signing in the car or shower. I'm not really into 420 not because I think it's wrong, but because I'm constantly trying to pursue my career. Oh, one other thing? Everything I write on here is sincere and authentic. My pictures are current, and representative of me. I'm actually 6'2" and 31 years old. No truth-stretching, deceptive photography, photoshopping, or smoke blowing. I would hope for the same in return.
My twenties was consumed with earning two bachelor's degrees--one in Industrial Design, and the other in Aviation. Unfortunately, due to things which were entirely out of my control, and a nice twist of random bad luck, I am neither a product concept designer nor an air traffic controller right now. I'm not the type of person to get down about things I can't control, and in fact, there are a lot of negatives about both of those careers that I'm glad I don't have to be a part of, so fortunately I have a great back-up right now while I sort all that out. I work in fine dining and really enjoy everything about it. I'm looking to get my level 1 and 2 Sommelier (wine guy) certification this Summer. My job allows me to meet, get to know, and entertain Denver's local sports stars and business leaders, and I definitely have some great stories about some of them. Over the years of doing that, lots and lots people have always told me I have a voice for radio, so this November I decided to finally do something about it, and I'm taking a class on how to record a voice over demo, and I'm really excited to see where that path leads.
I'm on Plenty of Fish because I would hate to rule out the potential of meeting the right person. I had always thought that I should achieve 'x' career goal or 'y' personal goal before meeting the person I want to marry, but don't think that's as black and white now that I didn't land exactly where I set out for, so who knows? There are some characters on here for sure, but I think it makes meeting the right one that much more rewarding. We're on here because we have high expectations, and want to find someone (ultimately) to spend the rest of our lives with, right? I would love to meet a person who is college educated, likes to keep active, and is driven to succeed in whatever they're doing. She doesn't have to be as active as I am, nor have to enjoy all the things I do, but more importantly just be supportive of them. That's all I really want.
Wouldn't be as exciting if I told you now, but definitely think the second time hanging out is more important than the first, right?