with An Expert
Artist, Animator, Teacher
How would you define your purpose?
To do the greatest artwork I can-be it film, paintings, drawing
or graphics, and to be a wonderful mother.
How did you evolve into living your purpose?
I have wanted to be an artist forever. It has always felt good to
use my hand with pencil and to draw, because I have talent, I always
knew it was my job.
How do you promote your purpose?
Film festivals and teaching, also I am a member of the Motion Picture
Academy. I travel in a circle of friends in the industry and when
there is a project, we draw from that circle to get the job done.
I have relationships that I have been developing over the past 30
How do you sustain your purpose?
Teaching brings income, as well as inspiration. Continuing to make
my own films feeds my inner drive, while I work on films for others
to make my living.
How do you know you are living your purpose?
I know that I have a goal, I know that I have something to say with
the animation tools and it is validated by respect from others.
How does it feel to be living your purpose?
Great! Very happy so far!
Do you have a product or service related to your purpose?
My teaching is my service and I have 7 films in my body of work.
juicy gem of tangible advice or tool can you offer the reader that
will help them to take the next step toward fully living their purpose?
Be sure you have enough to eat, first, then jump into what you are
interested in beingbe the best at whatever you are doing and
always continue to learn.
Can you suggest related product's or service's
links to help others be more fulfilled by reading your interview?
See books to the right:
Additional art books
Any additional information you would like
to be published in this article?
Good Luck! The goal doesn't necessarily end up being what it started
as. It is okay to allow the path to unfold along the way. Live inexpensively
to allow your art to have its freedom.