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I sing all the time, and wherever I go. I consider my hum as an accompaniment to living and can often be found doing it. I'm also very curious about things and take interest in many random subjects. I philosophize about everything and my friends love to poke fun of me because of that. I have an awesome accent, and I'm still catching up with the American culture. Most of the time I don't get Star Trek references, but laugh at them all the same, just because they're funny sounding. I like to wake up very early and go for a run. I have a very diverse cluster of friends. Some of my friends have absolutely nothing in common. I can often times be found laughing historically by myself while surfing Reddit. I'm small sized, but can outdrink a good number of people. I guess that's my Ukrainian genes. I'm observant, and I carry a voice recorder with me, which I use to collect interesting facts people tell me about, jokes, stories,quotes from my friends - it's sort of like a diary. I love music and spend a lot of time searching for new stuff.
I love photography, music and cognitive sciences. I've been both taking photos and modeling for other people taking photos. I don't think that camera is a substitute for memories or that it should be with me at all times. But sometimes I catch rare opportunities to capture little things in life on film. I'm also an avid music fan. I pretty much have no restrictions in terms of genre on music I listen to - it ranges from indie country to bebop to noise music. I even try to make my own beats. I've been learning guitar and I'm hoping to hone my accompaniment skills, so that I can actually perform full songs. I'm fascinated with human nature and human condition, and flirt with cognitive psychology all the time. I mostly read journals and academic publishing that deal with this subject matter,attend guest lectures at my uni, and surf the net for whatever related curiosities I can find.
- performing arts
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The first time I hosted my own radio show at the university radio station. Seeing the 'on Air' light flashing, feeling the headphones softly wrapped around my head, seeing the mic, and talking for the first time for people to hear. For me, this was the moment of utter bliss. I talked about things that I care about and shared my love and knowledge about music.
My other amazing moment was when I attended my first concert. I was 18. I saw Crystal Castles. there was a lot of strobe light. And a beautiful sound scape. I guess along these lines, having seen Explosions in the Sky live was just as amazing.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Ukraine, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Italy, Ukraine, United States