Metro Weekly


King of the Dance Hall

Chris Brown told us in his hit single to ”Turn up the music – I need it in my life.” That holds for Zach, too, who you might catch gyrating and swaying to the club hits at Town Danceboutique on the weekends. But unlike most, he’s actually getting paid to do it. After all, even this 20-year-old member of the Air Force and self-described ”geek” needs a creative outlet. Zach, who hails from New Hampshire, says he’s grateful to be out of the cold and is looking forward to summer when he can visit the beach. In his spare time, he plays volleyball and tennis, and works out about six times a week. One thing is clear with this natural athlete: You’re going to need a lot of stamina just to keep up.

What’s on your nightstand?
My cell phone, speakers, my watches and lotion.

What’s in your nightstand drawer?
Socks and underwear.



(Photo by Julian Vankim)

Where do you keep the condoms and lube?
In the bottom drawer of my dresser. Along with my Fleshlight.

What are your television favorites?
Shameless, Futurama and Once Upon a Time. ‘

What was your favorite cartoon when you were a kid?
Captain Planet or Yu-Gi-Oh!

What superhero would you be?
Green Lantern is my favorite. His power ring is awesome, and is built on camaraderie. Also, the Green Lantern power is based on will, and I have a lot of willpower myself.

Who’s your greatest influence?
My grandfather.

What’s your greatest fear?
That’s a tough one. Spiders and snakes gross me out, but they’re not my greatest fear. Probably being locked up forever.

Pick three people, living or dead, who you think would make the most fascinating dinner guests imaginable.
Whoopi Goldberg, Shia LaBeouf and Julia Roberts.