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Hey, I’m Andrew!

Boulder, Colorado, United States · Member since May 2011
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I’m just a weather geek, web designer, photographer, traveler, avid outdoorsy person, co-founder of OpenSnow and Chance of Weather, currently paying rent in Boulder, Colorado.

I am originally from Evergreen, Colorado before attending undergrad at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. Then had a quick stopover in the United Kingdom for my post-grad before finally ending up in Boulder, Colorado (for now). Professionally I am a web designing weather guy, but prefer to be remembered for my crazy travel antics and love for the outdoors.

As of now I have road tripped hundreds of thousands of miles, flown just as many, visited every national park west of the Mississippi (including Alaska), been to 45 states, and 11 countries. I am also well on my way of knowing one million people before I die. I have a travel rule I must travel at least once a month, every month. And I have done a very good job holding myself to that for the past seven years.

When I am not off traveling or working, I love being in the outdoors hiking or camping. I am an avid soccer player and fan, but also play golf and hockey. One of my favourite pastimes is spending late nights with a friend or two in a coffee shop drinking tea until the sun rises. I love cooking, and my signature dishes are my world famous enchiladas and spinach lasagna, and yes I will cook for you when I come visit. I like hugs, a lot. I love reading and could spend hours in a library. I know a lot about computers, but no I will not fix yours (unless in exchange for food, booze, or cuddles). I am a couchsurfer, and no I am not afraid of being axe murdered.

People tell me that I am always doing something or adventuring off somewhere, and it's true. There is plenty of time to sleep when you're dead (or find a comfy place to stay).