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During and after high school, I spent some time wwoofing in Hawaii and New Zealand where I was introduced to CS.
During college, I studied film, political theory, and urban studies. Then I worked for a moment in Istanbul and Berlin before moving along to make a documentary on an ecological restoration project in Haiti: "One day, everything will be free"
These days, I operate an urban farm out of a greenhouse in Phoenix, AZ.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
When I've had an apartment, I've been happy to host people in New York and in Istanbul. Lately, I've been moving around every few months, so I've only been able to surf with people. I'm looking forward to the day when I can host couchsurfers again!
Over the past few years I've hosted, stayed on a few couches, and met up for drinks with many many interesting people. All good experiences!
Running, cycling, meditation, silence, water, hot springs, day trips, entrepreneurship, social enterprise, Quora, non-violent communication, NVC, train hopping, kayaking
Music, Movies, and Books
This American Life; field recordings
Blade Runner, Down By Law; Weekend; 8 1/2
Guattari, Goethe, Joyce, Artaud. The Man Suit; I, etcetera; Krishnamurti's Journal, American Pastoral, Orientalism; Uncommon Ground: Rethinking the Human Place in Nature, One Straw Revolution, The Three Ecologies, ...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Lived at Sadhana Forest India and Haiti
Teach, Learn, Share
Always up for teaching, learning, sharing Nonviolent Communication (NVC). In Phoenix, I offer free workshops twice a week.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Germany, Haiti, India, Israel, Jordan, Mexico, New Zealand, Palestine, Switzerland, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Germany, Mexico, Turkey, United States