Not Accepting Guests
- Last login about 4 years ago
Join Couchsurfing to see Robert’s full profile. It’s free!
To one day be able to say, "I've been to every country in the world."
I decided after years of moving around, to finally settle in New York City in the Fall of 2006. I attended New York University for my masters degree in Interactive Telecommunications and currently work in New York City, designing and developing interactive experiences for various media outlets. I eventually made the move out to Brooklyn where the rent prices are reasonable and the people are more interesting.
Despite how the news only shows the evilness of humankind, I believe there are more good-hearted people in the world.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I was aware of CouchSurfing for awhile through personal research of social networking and classmates at school but never experienced it first hand until I tagged along with my friend Jaki Levy down to Washington DC for the 1-20-2009 Inauguration where we stayed with an awesome CouchSurfing host in Silver Spring, MD. My firsthand experience compelled me to join literally the day after the Inauguration ceremony to participate in a wonderful International community of couch surfers. I was so humbled by the hospitality and diversity of all the couch surfers in Washington DC that I want to share my couch with the community.
computers, gadgets, storytelling, film-making, photography, music, cinema, dance, linguistics, the art of conversation, comedy, cartoons, books, cooking, gallery hopping, playing golf, and painting.
Countries I’ve Visited
Countries I’ve Lived In