About My Animation Life
My senior year of college, I discovered how difficult it was to locate an animation studio in my state, find out what it took to work there, and network with the employees I needed to to get in. The gap between artist who were gainfully employed and those at the start of their careers was wide, and it disturbed me. Before I left school, I decided to make it my mission to narrow that gap.In 2007 she joined ASIFA Atlanta as the Vice President, and began growing her industry knowledge, mapping out the Georgia animation scene, and helping ASIFA Atlanta become the largest animation society in the Southeastern United States. In 2014 she resigned, and joined the advisory board to kickstart the planning of My Animation Life.
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