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Western Washington University
Fremont Abbey Arts Center / Lonely Buildings
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Hey, I’m Nathan!

Seattle, Washington, United States · Member since August 2011
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Hi there,

I run arts & culture nonprofit venues here in Seattle and consult on venue designs/remodels in other cities with my Lonely Buildings project. Mature, quiet, professional, very active and not home all that often really. I love good local food and can give you lots of great recommendations for healthy options, and of course the best local coffee and beer. I (almost) always know where the good concerts and shows are, sometimes free ones too! I play a lot of volleyball at the beach or park and paddleboard often as well. Maybe I'll take you out on the water if interested!

Check out my venues by searching "Fremont Abbey" or "Ballard Homestead" for concert listings.

My housemates and I love sharing the house with people from near or far who have a positive outlook on life and who can respect the space and understand it's a real home not a fancy B&B or hotel.

Though we're not around much, sometimes great conversations do spring up in the evening if the schedules align so that's always fun. Generally it's a pretty quiet house for resting and relaxing.

Our rooms won't always be available as we typically have long term housemates, but just depends on the time of year and our vacations.

I love to travel and have been so far to Iceland, Copenhagen, Berlin, Haiti, New Zealand, Australia, Honduras, Mexico, Scotland, Ireland, England, Canada, NYC, Austin, California, etc.

I love hot sauces and fun interesting foods, talking about social change, neuroscience & psychology, etc.

Paddleboarding and beach volleyball are pretty much my favorite activities these days but hiking, backpacking and sailing are awesome too.

-Nathan Marion