BA, Indiana University, 2001.
My professional goal has always been to enter into the field of graphic arts. I went to college to receive a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts, and when it became clear that field was trending towards computers, I attended grad school to receive a Master's degree in Informatics, specializing in computer graphics and animation. My body of work ranges from Flash animation to printed media, 3-D works and short stories. It has been wonderful learning new ways to create art. Now I am looking for a suitable profession where those talents can be put to good use.
At this time, I am volunteering at Indiana University, where I am part of the artistic design and promotional aspects of a federated online search tool project called 'eHumanity' (http://e-humanity.org), which involves the collections of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian and Autry Southwest Museum of the American Indian. Working in a team like this has been of great benefit to me, and I hope that it will also impress upon prospective employers my continued dedication to remaining productive in the field I have chosen. In my spare time, I am writing short fiction and contributing them to writing contests, as well as working on a completed novel that I am seeking to have published. If you would like to view a gallery of some of my works, please click on the image at the bottom of the screen. Thanks for stopping by my website, enjoy what you find!
To view my gallery, click the image below.