I have always had a desire to write, but there was a certain catalyst that really motivated me to share my thoughts with the world. In 2015,  I spent some time backpacking throughout Europe. After exploring several cities and making lasting memories from my adventures, I returned to college with stories to tell my friends and classmates. The #1 reaction I received from them was “Wow, I can’t believe you did that all on your own.”  I was dumbfounded by their comments because I thought if I could do it, anybody could. As a response, I wrote my first post to inspire people to step out of their comfort zone so they could discover the world and grow in the process.

The positive feedback I received propelled me to expand my writing into the areas of politics and philosophy. My biggest strength is my ability to see things from a different perspective, which allows me to identify trends and topics that the modern day media largely ignores. Hence, comes the name Frequency of the Unknown because I am trying to deliver you messages you otherwise would not hear. In a way, this my attempt to create culture instead of merely consuming it. Right now, I am trying to broaden my own understandings by interviewing changemakers and listening to their insights.

As for me, I am a twenty-two-year-old North Jersey native who resides in Los Angeles. I am always looking forward to hearing from my readers, so I welcome your comments and opinions. Join the official Facebook group for exclusive updates and content.


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  1. Dave let me just start off by saying I love everything that you are doing and stand for, I am 19-year-old young man from Lincoln, Nebraska and I have an extreme desire to travel and see different parts of the world that need help so I can experience it firsthand. The reason being is because I want to add value to people’s lives as much as possible and I just am not really sure where to start; it would be awesome if I could shoot you an email sometime explaining a little more about my situation, I’m sure you’re very busy. Thank you man keep doing what you’re doing!

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