The first time my family got access to the Internet, I was introduced to IRC. I had fun chatting with other people and it blew my mind that I can communicate with other people in different parts of the world. Then there was Asian Avenue and Myspace which allowed you to “customize” your pages. I wanted to make my page pretty so I wanted to learn how to do just that! From the very first time I was able to post a picture to a webpage, till now, I love being able to make websites!
I graduated with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Interactive Media Design from the Art Institute of California – Los Angeles in 2005 with a 3.9 GPA. I was a major dork and I would spend many nights in the computer labs because I wanted good grades. Shortly after, I got hired by Apollo Interactive as a junior web producer. Unfortunately, in 2007, my dad passed away and I decide to make some sacrifices. I left the mainland and moved back home. I now work at MVNP. I started working there on June 18, 2007 which means I have been working there for the past 6 years.
I recently have been introduced to the world of responsive web design. This online portfolio of mine is my very first responsive website and I was pretty exciting to see it do what I want it to do. I can think of so many more ways to imporve it, but here is what I have so far. I am always willing to learn new things and this is just one of those things. Technology is always changing and I am constantly learning. Definitely, never boring!
The Art Institute of California – Los Angeles, Santa Monica, CA
Bachelor of Science Interactive Media Design, 2005
Cumulative GPA 3.9, Honors Graduate
The National Dean’s List
President’s Honor Roll
Dean’s Honor Roll
Best of Quarter in Advanced Authoring
Best of Quarter in Corporate Identity Design
Best of Quarter in DVD Authoring