I was born in July 1991 in Phoenix, Arizona. Out there in that hot, dry, mystically-enchanted infinite-fire desert, I collected Pokemon cards, drew cacti, rode my bike around in circles and attended school. Beyond that, I was mostly raised in Gwinnett County, Georgia. I attended Mill Creek High School where I was super passionate about the Environmental Club and led various other interesting groups. Somewhere in there I went to GHP for Communicative Arts. While in high school, I loved writing fiction and directing short films, so I decided to go to Georgia Tech and major in computer science [ha!]. Now I am pursuing a major in CS and two potential minors—Film and/or Psychology. I hope to one day be employed doing something I love, perhaps live out West again, and/or fly helicopters. For now, I spend my free time hanging around the Psi U house, eternally attempting to learn to longboard, camping, messing around with isopropyl alcohol in various ways, painting everything, going on crazed cross-nation road trips, and helping out with the brotherhood the best I can. I am not one to talk much unless I am actually passionate about the subject and have a well-formed opinion, but if you ever meet me in person—post this internet dwelling—feel free to ask or tell me anything!
A monk approaches with an ax. He says, “If you say a word I will cut off your head; and if you do not say a word, I will also cut off your head.” What do you do?
Taste the ax.
Favorite dumb joke:
Would you rather own a magical penny or have a nose that was able to lift-off like a jet pack after every sneeze?
A magical penny because I could teach it how to not leave large welts on Burrito’s forehead when defenestrated from the second story.
In the event of a zombie apocalypse: a) Weapon? b) Location? c) Music? d) Time?
a) Torrential Snow b) The Grand Canyon c) “Relax, Take it Easy” by Mika d) 2:00AM with a full moon