I’ve always had a close relationship with technology. When I was but a wee child, my sister was always on the computer, creating websites and the like. At one point, she even had money coming in from one of her domains. She taught me a lot about the way computers work. In all of my nerdom, I became instantly hooked on online role playing in chat-rooms, and I’d like to believe that a lot of my creativity and writing ability spawned from those years spent glued to the screen. Good times. I’ve also been an avid gamer for a long time as well. Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, Dreamcast, all the current systems: you name it, I’ve played it. My personal favorite games have to be Chrono Trigger (SNES), Final Fantasy VI (SNES), and Half Life 2 (PC). No More Heroes for the Wii is also a standout title for me, despite it being so recent. Final Cut Pro has played a big part in my life recently. It’s an amazing tool for filmmakers, and even after years of using it, I can still find something new about it when I hop on my computer to edit. Love that suite with a passion.