• I spent the first three years of my college career as an undergraduate studying physics. My goal was to be a Theoretical Physicist (think Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, Kipp Thorne, Michio Kaku) and, really, that still sounds like a hoot. But for now, unraveling the secrets of the universe will have to fall into somebody else's capable hands.
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  • Enduring the merciless Texas heat is no small feat for this bona fide San Diego native. When asked what I miss most, the answer, however, isn't the implacably perfect weather. It's not my family, though I do miss them something fierce. It's not even the bountiful blue ocean sparkling across the horizon. No. No, if I'm being honest, what I miss most is the carne asada burritos.
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  • Many who know me now probably have a hard time picturing it - heck even I do now - but much of my formative years, up to and through college, included a good amount of performing on stage. Singing. Dancing. Playing guitar, piano. I was fascinated with Fred Astaire. I wore out my family VCR trying to deconstruct his dance moves for 'Night and Day'. I even had my own pair of tap shoes. They made me feel 'special'.
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  • If you ask me what my greatest strength as a graphic designer is (and like it or not, hey, you just did!) I would answer you thusly: my greatest strength is my innate thirst to understand. Because once I understand something, I can help communicate that understanding, with all the tools and tricks in a graphic designer's arsenal.
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