Don't really know what all to say about myself, haha. I feel somewhat less geeky than a lot of you guys (just so there's no confusion, that's a compliment to you guys), but I still consider myself a proud, proud geek. ^_^ I'm an avid reader and have been since before I could walk. I don't know if I could name one favorite author - there are just so... many... good ones...! - but Jim Butcher and Libba Bray are definitely up there. I will also read pretty much anything having to do with mythology... I love me some mythology. Oh, I'm nearly done with the book I'm currently reading (Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke, if anyone cares) and I've got a month and a half before fall semester starts up... anybody got good books to recommend?
I also write. A lot. To the point where I literally do not go anywhere without a notebook and pens. I'm a sort-of journalist (that's my current major, I did school newspaper, I spent a couple months as a guest columnist for the Oro Valley magazine), but I really love creating and telling stories more than just reporting them. Speaking of...
Like Tim, I was introduced to Spirit Blade, and audio drama in general, through Tech Support (the background of which Tim was kind enough to explain in his intro post), where I've contributed a few stories and a few character concepts. I've had the privilege of co-writing for both that group's audio dramas, Feedback: A Hero's Calling and Beta Flight, and voice my character Mnemonic in the former. I linked the shows so you guys can listen to them if you want - you should, because not only are both series pretty dang cool, but you'll have the opportunity to hear what freaking fantastic voice-actors Paeter and Tim are (and I promise I'm not just sayin' that; you guys rock).
I've gotten to do a little bit of mixing/post-production for BrokenSea in the form of the Halloween special "Smile" (which I'm not linking because it's kind of violent and bad-language-y and I don't want to offend anyone here). Hopefully I'll get some opportunities to both write and mix for Spirit Blade Underground as well - my current project for this group is on hold for the time being.
I'm also a college student (like I said, majoring in journalism for right now, but I'm starting to reconsider), and a sometime artist (not great, but practicing). When I'm not in classes or doing the reading/writing/audio-drama thing, I volunteer at an art studio that offers drawing/painting instruction and gallery shows.
So... that's about it, I guess. If there's anything you'd like to know that I didn't mention, please feel free to ask.
Looking forward to getting to know you guys.