I could be most easily described as an adventurer. I'm 33 years old and still haven't settled down. No kids, never married. I work as a documentary filmmaker and that has me on the road quite a lot. But don't get the wrong idea and think that because I travel a lot that I'm loaded... most of the work I do for others is volunteer, and my documentaries are a work of passion with no hard goal of ever profiting from them (although it would be nice).
I'm blissfully happy and love life beyond measure. If you don't have the same zeal for life we won't likely be a match. I prefer to keep company with people who always tend to see the silver lining. I have strongly held free-thinking morals that I stick to. I exude confidence in my accomplishments but practice humility with my demeanor.
I'm a bit of a quirky personality at times; I like to tell jokes in different accents and have been known to narrate what people are doing in the form of song like a minstrel with my ukulele.
I'm big into self-sustainability and green living. I love to cook and make fancy dishes. I'm a hobby musician, I play piano, guitar and ukulele. I enjoy a slapstick comedy as much as a documentary, lecture or debate.
I'm currently in Montrose, Colorado working with a non-profit to acquire environmentalist Dennis Weaver's "Sunridge" Earthship eco-ranch to put in a community land trust and rededicate as a sustainable living education and demonstration center.
Aside from that, I'm intermittently traveling all around the US between jobs filming for two documentaries I have been working on for the last two years. I'll likely be in production for another 2 years on each of those.
I'm also working towards becoming a Line Producer for Discovery Channel; for the last 2 years I've produced a paranormal investigation series called "Ghost Hopping". I don't believe in ghosts at all, but the opportunity presented itself so I went with it. Eventually I'll break off and do my own projects that I'm passionate about.
If you REALLY want to get a picture of who I am you can check out my Youtube(.com/vagabondfilmmaker) and find the playlist called "The Grand Adventure at Large".
I'm an open book. Facebook.com/vagabondfilms
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