Sunday, June 7, 2015

Hey it's June....say whaaaat?


sosososo SOOOOOO much has happened.

…..okay maybe not that much. But YET SO MUCH! First off…I have started working full-time at Augenblick Studios!! :D I am working as a Production Assistant for the last couple weeks and so far has been fun experience! Golan the Insatiable, the show that I interned for at Augenblick back in Oct - February has finally aired on television and I got to experience seeing my name on TV credits for the first time ever! 

The studio had a premiere party and it was amazing to sit and watch how the show came together with the entire team watching. It’s such a fantastic feeling, to have been a part of the show, and I feel extremely blessed to be working full-time with the awesome peeps at Augenblick!

Other than the big news in my career mah-jig, I have also been apartment hunting in NY and soon to be moving into Brooklyn! Plus I have been working with friends on the side on a small project….that I can’t talk about at all! ;D

So between all this excitement I haven’t had a lot of time to work on personal work, which I feel terribly about because it makes me feel so uncreative and extremely tired (my current commute is 4 hours back/forth everyday U__U; ) However, I look at the work I am doing with Augenblick Studios, and the work I am doing with my friends and I feel so thankful... because I think back to my time as a Sophmore at SCAD praying that I’d be working at Augenblick, and wishing to be drawing/ and animating characters for a living. And though I am still really early in my career, I thank God that I have been able to get this far, and allow me to be living my dream! In the beginning it was tough. It still is pretty tough, but I know that it is all worth it!

I don’t know if anyone reads this, but thanks for reading. It’s kind of mushy but it’s really how I feel. Aaaaaand now I lost my train of thought….forgot what I started typing for! XD So I guess I post some stuff I’ve worked on in May! (Oh I just remembered that I graduated from SCAD a year ago last week….it seem so surreal to see the juniors before me now entering the industry! I’m SUPER proud of them!!)