I drink way too much coffee. I collect dragon things. I may or may not be under the delusion that I am a dragon.
I started as a DM 20 years ago, running private D&D 3e, 3.5, and 4e games. I switched to Pathfinder 1e eventually, and I host a public game locally. I've been running open games for 2-3 years now, and I'm always looking to sharpen my skills as a DM.
In general, my low-level games are newcomer-friendly, I have no problem helping players learn the game. All my games welcome LGBTQ players, any faith, ethnicity, etc., but jerks are not welcome.
Before a new public game, there is a session 0, where the group decides maturity and limits. One required limit is no serious PvP, and no sexual violence or overly explicit descriptions. If you are the kind of person who would do that to another player, I don't want you at the table.
In public games, I limit character options to books which I personally own, and I do not allow outside characters - you must play a new PC. (Both of these come from experience)
As a DM, I try to cater my style to the group, but I like to find a balance between silly, serious, and dark. I enjoy roleplay and the chaos it creates more than combat, but I've enjoyed running mindless dungeon crawls as well. How much RP depends on the group.
Mostly, I emphasize that the goal of the game is to have fun with it, and everyone has their own idea of what fun is, as a DM, my role is to hold the game together while keeping the fun.