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artist, inventor and lover of music
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  • Curse
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  • Urban Rockets
    Creative Director: Design, present
  • Operation Mobilization
    Technical Consultant and Artist In Residence, 2012
  • Capstone Financial
    Director of Media Productions, 2012
  • Boston Language School
    Foreign Language English Teacher, 2010
  • Google
  • Alburnum Inc
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Warsaw, Poland
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Richmond, Virginia - Houston, Texas - Heidelberg, Germany - Delft, Holland - Seoul, Korea - San Diego, California - Auckland, New Zealand - Beijing, China - Antigua, Guatemala - Royal Oak, Michigan
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dark on the underside, light on the inside, i'm here because of love
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I'm an American living in Warsaw working as a consultant and designer for an international company. I also do philanthropy work for an organization based in Germany. I love to travel and I’ve experienced close to thirty-five countries and over fifty different cultures. I've been shooting for quite a few years now, loving mostly landscape and architecture, because of the travel, but recently have been getting into doing portraits, people, fashion.. etcetera.

I consider myself an artist, so my hope is to attempt to create images with other talented individuals that evoke originality. Creativity, hope and a sense of humor are goals that I strive for. So when you shoot with me, it's guaranteed to be an easy-going, smiley, good time! On a non photography side I love inventions and creative music with a dash of strategy gaming.

I speak English and Spanish pretty fluently, but I can also understand words and sentences in Polish, Korean, Italian, Chinese, German and quite a bit of Hawaiian Pidgin. While most of my languages aren't so fantastic I would love to be fluent someday.

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  • Bethel College
    Computer Information Systems, 2007
  • UCSD
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Key to Riga is in a prime location at the main square with Great food, and nice waiters, with the taste of Latvia traditional food, I'll be sure to visit again. 4 stars for the price.
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Mały Format is a fantastic local cafe, which caters to the Żoliborz area. With local owners, you can grab amazingly handmade sandwiches and coffee and read all sorts of the latest magazines. There's also a small outside seating area, if the weather is nice.
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Muffia is one of my personal favorite bakeries / delicacies in Warsaw. Fresh baked treats and great prices, they bake for the entire city. With an expanded seating area, compared to their previous location you're welcome to have a coffee or drinks with your sweet tooth.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
The Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw is definitely one of the best museums in the city. With fantastic hands on activity for kids and adults alike there's tons of different activities and things to do and see, as well as interact with. Some of the galleries change pretty often, so it's worth it to visit more than once as it's a great way for families to collaborate and have fun together, both in large groups or smaller groups. Also: check out the planetarium for super cool shows!
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Spokojna Restaurant is a pretty local place, with open air, they are set up to do quite a few different banquets and larger parties, but yet as well cater and offer great options for families with kids eating in the afternoons, evenings and over the weekends.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
The fountain park in the center is quite a friendly place overlooking the river, with interactive fountains On Fridays and during the summer, the Fountain Show is one of the top rated things in the city for tourists, as once the sun sets the lights come up and the show begins with all sorts of 3d lasers and fireworks for a visual treat.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
A fantastic restaurant in the center of Warsaw. If you're a foreigner, "SŁOIK" in english translates to mean "Jars" which has a double meaning for people whose family lives outside the city, cook food and put it in "Jars" so they can have leftovers of home style cooking while working and living in Warsaw. The place takes it literally with all sorts of Jar decorations and home style food giving it a real eccentric and fantastic taste for the center, with an excellent menu super fresh drinks and kind waiting staff.
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