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  • Fluent in English
  • 27, Male
  • Member since 2009
  • Studentry
  • Most of a college education (liberal arts)
  • From I was born in San Francisco and grew up in Sonoma County
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About Me


My mission is to be a global citizen in my thoughts, words and action


I'm interested in web development and startup culture. I love graffiti art. I hope to adventure to all the 50 states and travel around the world. I love reading, exploring abandoned buildings, being in giant cities, skateboarding, and creating!


We have to respect people and their beliefs, but above anything comes human beings. Not saying plants and animals are less then people. I mean to say the way a person feels is more important then or materials. Humanism.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


This is something im new to but I woudl like to contribute in anyway I could possibly be of use. (provide place to stay, organize events, coordinate rides, etc.




I really love the internet and everything associated with it. From time to time I need to disconnect, but I am continually amazed by the creative things people are doing. Recently I picked up programming and design. I love graffiti art and making new friends.

  • animals
  • arts
  • culture
  • design
  • festivals
  • reading
  • traveling
  • painting
  • drawing
  • skateboarding

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

One moment that encouraged me about the capacity of human beings was a culture festival I helped organize. I was apart of the behind the scenes logistics. Before the event, performers had never met, but on the performing day I was amazed by the amount of passion and unity of such thousands of people performing together.

Another moment is the smallness of the world we live in. I traveled around the US for a couple weeks and stayed in hostels. One hostel I stayed in allowed people to draw on the walls and paint. I wrote an inspiring quote and didnt think twice about it. Months later, I got an email from my friend in Scotland. Her parents apparently stayed in the same hostel (in the middle of China) and saw the quote. They took a picture and sent it to my friend, who then asked if I had stayed in this small city. I was blown away by the degrees of separation and the small possibility of them being in the same city and seeing the one quote I wrote on a wall.

Countries I’ve Visited

China, Japan, Mexico, United States

Countries I’ve Lived In

China, United States

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