Hello there! I’m Tyler.
For the last ten years or so I have been working with folks to help them better understand themselves. It’s a first step toward helping them connect with others in authentic and meaningful ways. I have a natural gift for rapport and am innately curious about people and how they see themselves. I’m fond of exploring and deconstructing the roles we craft for ourselves throughout our lives. Most especially the roles that society and “normalcy” thrust upon us.
I was born in the US, but live in beautiful Berlin, Germany full time now. This doesn’t mean I don’t get around, though! I’m an adept and excited world traveller. I believe that travel is one of the last great eye-openers we enjoy as adults after college. I love travelling with a partner, or having an excuse to visit a new or favorite city for a night or an extended stay.
Here are some places I’ll be soon. I’d love to catch up if you plan to be nearby.
Growing up in New York City, I studied art history and graphic design at a top art school. I also spent a semester working and studying at the Sorbonne in Paris. I knew then that Europe would eventually be my home, but I hold a burning affection for New York in my heart. The best thing the city ever taught me was how to fit in with almost any crowd, anywhere.
I am tall and athletic and enjoy a regular fitness regimen of cardio exercise, weight lifting, and extended visits to gym saunas and steam rooms. I’ve met some of the best people and had some of the best conversations about life and philosophy in the unpretentious and exposed heat of a sauna. I don’t drink or smoke, but don’t mind if you do.
My days are often spent writing and thinking about sex and sexuality. I maintain a (very NSFW) blog about things I enjoy, and things I think deserve a deeper examination. I’m also active on Twitter and Instagram and you might get a fuller picture of who I am by following me there.
In person I am warm and confident. I enjoy sincere physical affection and holding space for others to feel comfortable and safe. I’m blessed to have an incredible career and am so pleased to invite you to learn more.
Waiting to know you,
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Kind and giving, even loving
When my partner passed away a few years ago it became easy to make myself believe I wanted to be alone. Tyler saw through my bullshit in our first ten minutes together. I have not cried in front of another man for most of my life but I felt so listened to and safe. …[H]e is the best there is.