Our family pets are still in Saint Augustine, about a year older than the last time I saw them, and I miss their furry faces. These are some photos I took before moving to Tennessee
I had a little bit of time to notice the gorgeous creation that surrounded me, as well as the amazing resort that a very kind donor arranged for us as we needed a place to stay between shooting days. Here are a few memories…
I had a delightful time visiting my Tennessee kin last week and grabbed a few shots when I could (when we weren’t watching little Emery…).
I’m relocating to Columbia, TN soon, and I have to say, I’m beyond excited about it. It’s like a light bulb turned on while I was there, and it felt like home–complete with cows.
My early childhood was spent in the upper Midwest, so it’ll be great to return to some soil that is actually made out of soil, rather than sand.
Evidently Miranda Lambert and Justin Timberlake won’t be too far away too. They say you run into a lot of really nice people in this part of the country.
I’m sure we’ll be best friends forever…
Anyway, I’ll keep up as much as I can. Must get packing though. I have to fit everything I own into my Corolla. I don’t think that will be terribly difficult, but my mom has a habit of sending me off with enough supplies to last several months, so I may need to rent a Uhaul.
We had a gorgeous shoot on behalf of Ratio Christi, a Christian apologetics ministry, and my sister, Anna Kitko, who is the new chapter director at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Here’s a great shot of her beautiful face. I’ll be working on the edits as the week progresses.
Sort of. I drew it. On a computer. No photos involved (I love the night sky!)
I’ve been into animation since I was a wee thing, and, fairy creature that I am, fantasy elements typically play into my creations. So, whilst listening to the very talented Jim Dale narrate Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, I drew this. It’s completely original, and I have no idea what the rest of the world looks like outside of the image you see, because I have yet to create it.
Maybe I can work in video game production design, hmmm?
Shout out to Weta Workshop, who WILL be my future employer (or maybe just in my dreams..?)
Right now I’m writing a feature length Thriller. I’ll keep you updated on its progress. Pretty much finished with developing all the characters, but as you know, things happen along the process of writing.
Also on the side, I’ve got a feature HORROR in the making–which is really exciting and cinematic.
I’m also re-editing a novel, for which I created the original cover art illustration. I’ll have to create a new one for the re-release and the sequel.