I'm a huge geek, and don't you forget it (cause I'm probably gonna and I'll need help remembering).
I love lots of things in this world, I'm a kind of a workaholic and I never get enough bloody sleep. You know. Always mucking about on that two-bit juggling act of time-for-work, time-for-other-people, time-for-myself, time-for-throwing-kittens-into-the-wood-chipper-out-back.
I may or may not actually spend time on one of those aforementioned things.
I love all things digital. I kind of have to, all of what I do for a living involves sitting in front of the computer and making pretty pictures.
There's plenty of digital things I don't like, though. Digital food, digital parties, digital pets, digital massively multiplayer online experiences, digital Presidents of Burundi, digital furniture and digital sneakers. I'm not even sure how a pair of digital sneakers would feel. Uncomfortable.
What was I talking about.
Oh yes- I love all things digital. And I express this love of all-things-digital by trying to create things that move people. Art, movies, video games, comics. I do my best to try to be evocative.
So I'm some sort of artist. Translated, this also means I'm generally some sort of tired. I freelance, working from home, and set my own deadlines and ideally meet them, which means I'm generally some sort of busy. And also generally some sort of not busy. And I went to school for making art on computers, which means I'm generally some sort of crazy.
Hahaha! No, that's not true either.
I'm not really tired right now.
Long story short, I am a geeky, terminally distracted art-type person. I try to keep it classy while doing that. You'll have to let me know if I'm succeeding.