Most recently I’ve been involved with UCLA HOOLIGAN Theatre in their Winter production, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and it has been a memorable learning experience. I was a member of the Costumes Team in which I had the opportunity to (semi-)learn how to operate a sewing-machine (I’m definitely going to properly learn how to use one this summer) among various clothing-related tasks. I am now officially on HOOLIGAN Staff as a Graphic Design Associate. (Feel free to check out my creepy grin here.) I help create posters, flyers, and other graphics for the theatre company, including some components of the show programs. Be sure to check out the show’s behind the scenes videos here.
Last week I had the honor to exhibit my series “Sugarcoated” in my dean’s (School of the Arts and Architecture) annual party. I am so thankful for the number opportunities I’ve received to exhibit this series, particularly in the Design | Media Arts 2012 Undergraduate Exhibition.
Currently, besides catching up on coursework that I had regretfully neglected these past two weeks, I’m starting up my cargo site, learning CSS (among other web stuff), and hoping to collaborate with a professor from the department of urology.
>my list of prospective project concepts is piling up; may there be time for the realization of such random ideas. :)