Friday, October 03, 2008

Some new developments:
-I moved (yet again)...this time back to my home state of CA.
-I just finished a project with Foldsy (, an online greeting card company. The result of that was three designs for greeting cards. When I get a chance I'll post those designs up in the "Illustrations" section.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

This time around, I made a few improvements to my resume, in the hopes that I can snag an interesting illustration job. I've also posted this version of said resume at craigslist and Careerbuilder.

Spring is finally here in ROC, though there still little remnants of snow here and there. It's about time though... I think after four years living in the East Coast I am sick to death of the falling white stuff, not to mention the extreme cold... and don't get me started on shaving off that annoying ice off my car. :(

I can't wait to move back to California.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Yes, I'm aware that it's been a while since I posted, but I've been preoccupied with a few new pieces. The latest one has been uploaded to the "Illustrations" section.

Also have some sketchbook stuff, but it's been put on hold until I can find a big enough scanner to scan them in (because they are in a huge sketchbook).

So don't worry, I'm still here and kicking.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Yet another update:

-found the signage I worked on and put them in the Illustrations page, along with some other original work.

Enjoy! :)

The following is a list of recent updates:

-added more files to the Animation page
-added more files to the Sketchbook page
-revised my resume
-edited and added to the Links page
-and of course, updating this blog

I still have more to upload... it's just a matter of figuring out where I stashed those files. It's a collection of the signage I worked on from my days in Boston, so look forward to it.

What have I been up to these days? Not much really... just catching up on some new anime and manga, and working my days away at my local Starbucks. I've also been hitting the gym (for the sake of my health)... jeez, you won't believe how many muscles I discovered I never knew I had, and they're still pretty sore.

Eh, whatever.

Friday, June 08, 2007

Oh yeah, I also forgot to mention I recently got to see They Might Be Giants in concert here in Rochester a few weeks back.  That show totally kicked ass. The only other time I saw them was a week after 9/11 in San Francisco, when the band boasted of the fact that they drove there all the way from Brooklyn.

Their latest album, The Else, is out on iTunes (CD coming out in July).  I demand you check it out, it's sooooooo good.

If you've never heard of TMBG, you should crawl out of your hole and check out their entire catalog.  :)

After not updating for several months, the following has happened to your humble narrator:

1) I've gotten used to life in Rochester (read as: admit defeat) as well as made some new friends with my coworkers

2) I'm working towards getting a promotion at work

3) The hubby and I are now prowd owners of a Wii (and have become addicted to it)

Otherwise, not much.  Still working on getting some new stuff on the portfolio (this of course will take me a long while as I don't have that much free time what with work and all).

Stay tuned, hopefully... :)

Sunday, September 17, 2006

I added new stuff to the site... huzzah!

There's more, but it's coming along slowly...

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Meeting Jim Boggia... part 2...

This past Sunday the hubby and I went to Danbury, CT to see Duncan Sheik in concert (I did get to wave hello to him, to which he smiled and waved back, yay!). Duncan gave a rocking performance, as always. His two opening acts were equally awesome: Jim Boggia and David Poe.

Enough of that, let's get to the point.

After Jim's stellar performance, I went to the merch table and put myself on Jim's and Duncan's mailing lists. Then I noticed that Duncan's guitarist Gerry Leonard had his CDs for sale, so I went to get my wallet. When I came back, there was Jim at the merch table.

My first thought: Holy crap, Jim Boggia's right there!

So I screwed up some courage and introduced myself to him, telling him how great his set was and how I remembered him from the Northampton concert last June.

"Yeah, I remember," Jim said. "That was with Duncan too."

We talked for a few minutes, and in the end, I got his autograph and a smile (see below).

All in all, such a pleasure to meet and talk with him. I can't wait till I see him in concert again. ^_^

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