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I'm very into writing stories, essays, poems, and music. Otherwise, I love nature and friends. I most value freethinking-ness, genuineness, dreamful ambitiousness, and conscionableness.

Favorite film composers (in order): James Horner, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Danny Elfman, Patrick Doyle, James Newton Howard, Wojciech Kilar, Harry Gregson-Williams, Alexandre Desplat, and Mychael Danna.

Favorite classical composers (not in order): John Adams, Arvo Part, Ralph Vaughn Williams, Igor Stravinsky, Philip Glass, Gerald Finzi, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Antonio Vivaldi, Giacomo Puccini, John Williams, Wojciech Kilar, Danny Elfman, Claude Debussy, and others.

Favorite "Popular Music" Performers and/or Composers: Coldplay, Keane, Vanessa Carlton, Sufjan Stevens, Nickel Creek, Death Cab for Cutie, The Fray, Michelle Branch, Jars of Clay, Maroon 5, Camera Obscura, Santogold, Fiction Family, Belle and Sebastian, Feist, Silversun Pickups, and some others.

Favorite Movies: Into the Wild, A. I., House of Sand and Fog, Requiem for a Dream, The Hours, A Beautiful Mind, Superstar, The Mothman Prophecies, The Blair Witch Project, Minority Report, Latter Days, Brokeback Mountain, The Dark Crystal, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Avatar, and others.

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