I just started my own record label. This is the first single:
I'm sort of a local music correspondent for Amazing Radio and The
Guardian. (I say "sort of because the Amazing Radio stuff isn't
strictly local music only.)
I'm currently working on learning the art of bookbinding and
I also do a lot of antique photography conservation and cataloging.
Not professionally (yet), but hopefully someday.
Yes. I currently live at home because my mom is going through
treatment for breast cancer and needs a lot of help around the
house. I'm sorry if that's a problem for you or if you're one of
those people who thinks that living at home automatically makes you
a loser, but honestly, I really don't care what you think.
After studying music history in college, I worked for a few years
in the sheet music business--until the economy and some family
health issues caught up with me. I am currently planning to head
back to school with an aim to study archiving and conservation
(once I've renewed my GRE scores). In the meantime, I am in my
fourth year as editor-in-chief of an independent music blog. I also
make regular contributions to the Bethan Elfyn Show on Amazing
Radio in the UK. I am currently in the final stages of launching my
own record label (which is daunting and more than a little bit
risky, I know, but something I've dreamed about doing for
Sometimes, I make buttons for money.