I am a man who grew up on Philadelphia's Main Line (the son of a mother who was an osteopathic physician and father who was an entrepreneur) in an old-money, WASP culture. I attended a private school for boys, did undergraduate and graduate work in Shakespeare Studies at University of Pennsylvania, ...
I am a man who grew up on Philadelphia's Main Line (the son of a mother who was an osteopathic physician and father who was an entrepreneur) in an old-money, WASP culture. I attended a private school for boys, did undergraduate and graduate work in Shakespeare Studies at University of Pennsylvania, and made an improbable move to Wall Street investment banking.
I am drawn to exceptionally strong women who like to learn, who think critically about themselves and the world. The more books my "perfect match" has in her study the better. I am intensely sociable, love to experience different cultural environments, love to travel -Paris, London, Vienna. Likewise I am an Anglophile, a lover of British culture, and it would help if my "perfect match" just happened to be a hardcore fan of the novels of Jane Austen, Emily Bronte, and Virginia Woolf. Should you, beauteous creature, prefer Tolstoy or Flaubert, the operas of Mozart or Verdi, the cantatas of Bach, I won't complain.
I look forward to the opportunity to meet a lady of elegance and high distinction with a Jacqueline Kennedyesque savoir faire. But should you be unpretentious, honest, and direct I shall be just as happy. I have dated very beautiful women in the conventional sense, models and even athletes. I have "done the rounds" of expensive restaurants and charity balls. I can truthfully say that the most beautiful women that I have encountered are the women of character: the single mother who gets up every morning to support her children, the professor who fights to achieve academic distinction in a discipline where few women have succeeded before, the humanitarian worker who gives of her time and talents in a third world country -this is what matters. Thank you.
Favorite Quote: "The Soul is dyed the color of its thoughts. Think only on those things that are in line with your principles and can bear the full light of day. The content of your character is your choice. Day by day, what you choose, what you think, and what you do is who you become. Your integrity is your destiny... It is the light that guides your way." -Heraclitus