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November 20, 1995
Last Visit: 6 weeks ago
So happy to be here
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Favorite visual artistAlphonse Mucha, Rembrandt, Noah Bradley, Lois von Baarle, Hajin Bae, phobs, Greg McCullough, Chris SandersFavorite moviesMidnight in Paris, Back to the Future, Waking Sleeping BeautyFavorite TV showsAll 'toons, no shameFavorite bands / musical artistsFrou Frou/Imogen Heap, James Taylor, Soundtracks in general, Sain Saens, and SHOW TUNES!! Favorite booksRebecca by Daphne DuMarier, Harry Potter SeriesFavorite writersF. Scott Fitzgerald, Emily Dickinson, Neil GaimanFavorite gamesUndertale, Jack & DaxterFavorite gaming platformComputer, PS2/3Tools of the TradeCintiq 24, MacBook, Pencil, Paper, Imagination :)Other InterestsTheatre(!!!), yoga, running, dance, play writing, cooking
Lots of things have changed since I was online last.
I've recently changed my major, and added a few as well. I'm now a double-major in Advertising & Public Relations and Theater Studies (which is my real passion, if you remember the days of me as broadway-luv, you know), with a minor in Creative Writing and Studio Art.
I went into college "Undecided", and then just pursuing Ad/PR. Now I realize that Ad/PR, to me, is rather soulless, and as a minimalist, I'm pretty against selling things unnecessarily. I became a playwright, and many of my plays have been produced on the collegiate level. I've done graphic design work, and have been paid for it. I've realized as I've grown that I can't get the arts out of my heart, and so here I am, back again, to have a fire lit under me.
When you were young, what did you want to grow up to be? What are you instead?