Been quite some time since I posted a significant update about my life. I was previously updating monthly on the 8th, but stopped as my full time job continued to demand more of my time. Rather than continue my current role, I've been looking endlessly for different paid opportunities in sound, audio / visual work, or editing / post-production.
If you work within your own company, or know there are openings remotely for any positions, I would greatly appreciate a heads up for an interview. I'd love to work within sound design / audio engineering / editing for projects (animations, podcasts, livestreams, etc.); as I've grown passionate about both voice acting and the sound industry as a whole. With my Bachelor's in Computer Science (Minor in Business Intelligence & Analytics), I'm hoping to find a position in which I can both grow and learn. In each position I have been provided, I have been promoted to managerial roles (Stage Crew Stage Manager; College Radio Head Manager; Privacy Team Lead). Time and time again, I have proven to be dedicated, efficient, and worthy of the opportunity. For this reason, I hope you would provide a fellow Newgrounder with this chance.
I've previously been involved with leading the Voice Acting Collabs alongside VoicesByCorey & Josh Dyton; acting as the sound designer for all @pukebomb animations; and acting as the sound designer / editor for Nintendo High. Personally, I act as one half of The Open Door Policy Podcast. Professionally, I have a larger background in Computer Science that I am willing to share upon request. Due to the current position in my company, I've started losing passion for all of the creative activities I once reveled in. I need to escape from this rut and truly bring myself back to my roots.
"I'm a hard worker. I set high goals, and I've been told that I'm persistent. Now, I'm not fooling myself, sir. Having been raised with the self esteem movement so popular in schools, I used to expect my needs to be considered. But I know that these days, our culture no long caters to the job loyalty that could be promised to earlier generations. What I believe, sir, is that good thinks come to those who work their asses off. And that people such as yourself, who reached the top of the mountain didn't just fall there...
My motto is, if you want to win the lottery, you have to make the money to buy the ticket."