First I wanted to be a maid, then an opera singer, then I wanted to be a veterinarian. Then when I actually began growing up I wanted to be a therapist because I enjoyed the way the human mind felt when handled with latex gloves. When I discovered entertainment was a feasible career, I bought a camera and made a documentary, and learned how to harmonize my left brain waves with my right ones. Then I went to college, made some more movies, and spent my first year post college traveling from state to state as a pawn on different movie sets. Now, I am cocooning at a lucrative company in Los Angeles as an assistant and waiting for fate to give me a big hug and let me warp words into pictures.