In my free time I build retro gaming machines and write sea shanties on the ukulele.
I drive old Volvos and Iron Maiden is my favorite band.
I got into technology because I had bad eye-hand coordination as a kid so my doctor prescribed that my parents buy me a Nintendo.
I have summited most of the major peaks and volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest.
I’m a 6th generation born Oregonian.
Between cooking and baking, I prefer to cook.
I once drove non-stop over 1800 miles from Texas to Idaho without sleeping.
I am an aspiring computer scientist in hopes of being able to provide a more streamlined and convenient computer experience for users all over the world.
I’m getting my commercial pilot license in my spare time.
I enjoy Rubik cubes. My fastest time to solve is 23 seconds.
I used to be a professional gamer.
I never miss watching a Lakers basketball game.
I am a lifelong soccer player. In the last year I also picked up hockey and boxing.
I volunteer to teach kids how to play Dungeons and Dragons, now roll for initiative!
I was Grand Marshal of the Milwaukie Daze Parade at 8 years old.
Played in the Pokémon world championship for the trading card game when I was 14.
Our family once had a bulldog named “Burger” Burger King and a pot belly pig we called “Oink Oink King”.
I have never played Minecraft. Seriously.
When I was in my early twenties, my older sister named her art collective after me and told everyone at her exhibitions that I was the art director.
I started growing a mustache in the 3rd grade.
I enjoy knitting
I sent my first text message in 2011.
I enjoy Country Western Dancing.
I was the first girl in the South Bay that ever played Pony League Baseball with the boys.
The fastest I’ve ever snowboarded is 65 mph.
I ride a Harley
Gamer since 1979, Geekdad since 2007.
I’m a former semi-professional rugby player and have performed at Carnegie Hall.
In my spare time I like to punish myself by learning how to play golf.