I entered the field of communications and marketing because it was a way of being creative and getting a paycheck at the same time. My dedicated, blue-collar parents were determined that their children would have more opportunity than they had known. Higher education was not for the pursuit of knowledge, but to set you on a path for a better quality of life.
So after a decade of creating for industry, I lost the artist in me. What I loved most dearly, to write, withered in the duty of a work week. The blog portion of this site and the work below is an attempt to reclaim my creativity.
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