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Serving a Purpose!

April 9, 2015

Just yesterday, I had a delightful conversation with a woman who was thinking about taking one of my classes at LSC-AC.  She said, in a nutshell, that I wasn’t on Rate My Professor, but she’d gone looking for me and wandered onto this website.  She is probably going to register for the class in the Fall.

This may seem strange for some readers, but this is my professional website.  As an artist with multiple jobs and several different varieties of freelancing on my plate, I can take a good many liberties in what I call professional for the purposes of this site.  At “Worlds of Words,” I like to post only about things I do that pertain directly to my artistic skills or that have to do with events in which I have played an artistic role.  In practical application, this means that I have a fantastic mish-mosh of graphic art, theatrical event notices, music composition, costume design photos, fiction publication notices, and rambling discussions of my teaching schedules and rehearsal processes.  I may or may not be trying to reach too many different professional audiences here.

However, I feel I must be doing something right, because a Lone Star student found me, liked my Ren Fest costume designs, and is now probably going to take one of my classes.

Mission accomplished!  And hey, while we’re at it, is anyone looking for the services of an actor/director/designer/writer/musician/composer/martial artist/graphic and website designer/theatre professor who is also a certified barista and is trained in scuba diving and multiple forms of international dance?  Never hurts to ask- E.G.D.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. June 17, 2015 9:23 am

    Don’t forget translator! 😉

  2. Dave permalink
    August 22, 2015 1:02 am

    I registered for your Film class — is there a way for me to reach you? Question about the textbook. Thanks!

    • August 23, 2015 1:15 pm

      Hi, Dave. I don’t require a textbook in my film classes, so you’re good to go! Also, the syllabus is available on iStar and in D2L, if you’re at Lone Star, and it’s available on Blackboard (which is already open) at San Jacinto. My e-mail information is on both syllabus versions.

      • Dave permalink
        August 23, 2015 6:53 pm

        Ah, well just so you know it’s listed as required for your class within myLonestar.

      • August 23, 2015 10:34 pm

        You know, it’s a shame, but I don’t appear to actually have control over that. I’ve told the powers that be that I’m not requiring a textbook several times since last March. I’ll wander back into the office and reiterate this on Tuesday, probably. In good news, I have total control over the syllabus (which explains the materials that are actually required), and you still have time to return whatever books you may have purchased. I wish you luck with that! See you on D2L ^_^.

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