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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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08:20 min | Last month

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

"And then I think it just from there went to following this passion that I've had for a long time. I think that first exposure to Jessica hitch's work was probably 2013, 2014 or something like that. So from there, I just had lettering as a hobby and a creative outlet while I was sitting at my receptionist desk. So I think being a graph of designer full-time made it harder for me to nurture that creative hunger, I think, for lettering. So I knew that what I wanted to buy myself was more time. So from there, I saved money. I knew I was like, I'm completely new to freelancing. I never truly envisioned myself freelancing, you know, in my career, so I was just like, I know one thing that I need is a little bit of a cushion financially. So I definitely took a risk quitting my job, but I didn't just do it without any kind of logistical understanding of my expenses and stuff. And then I think from there it's just really, you know, go with your gut. I did have the financial cushion, but I did not have a client history. I didn't have referrals from other people that I could take with me in my little email address book or something. I took a risk definitely in that aspect, but because I've been nurturing this skill in this hobby for so long with the hopes of somehow making this my profession, I think a lot of the things that I've encountered were that whole luck where it's opportunity meets the preparation. So yeah, if you want to do something, make sure that you're already doing it in some capacity, even if it's just on the side to begin with, as long as you're feeding into that, whatever that thing is that you really want to be doing, that's definitely positive as well. What does success look like for you at this point in your career? Wow. Right now, success looks like being able to sustain and continue from places of passion and genuine excitement and interest and not from the place of I got to take this client on because I need to, you know, I need to pay my rent this month. I think just continuing with that feeling of excitement and passion, I think, because even when you're doing things that you're really interested in, after a while, you might get a little burned out. So I'm hoping to not to not reach that burnout point and be able to be responsible with my time and with my emotional well-being. So yeah, I just want to keep doing this and maintaining. Do you have a dream project you love to do one day? Oh jeez. I have many. And it's great because some of them even happen this year. But I am definitely setting my sights out for a large scale projects like murals. So I am definitely looking to get my lettering painted outside somewhere in New York City. I think that would be the coolest thing and have people take pictures with my work outdoors, I think that would be that'd be really awesome. What do you appreciate the most about your life right now? I appreciate the privilege that comes with being able to take a risk like the one that I took and in some ways I'm still taking yeah, I really appreciate that and I appreciate the luxury of time I've bought myself a little bit of time with a little bit of the planning that I did before I ended up going freelance. But yeah, I'm abundantly grateful for those things. So given where you are now, where do you see yourself in the next 5 years? Is there like certain work that you'd want to be doing at that point or anything like that? This year has been a lot of seed planting. So, you know, it's like I have to start from somewhere, so I started my YouTube channel this year, started with zero subscribers just like everyone who starts anything. So in 5 years it would just be nice to see these communities that I've started investing in grow and just I really love lettering and I love working with clients. It's such a rewarding feeling being able to help them. But it's also really rewarding to help other people who are interested in lettering. So that's why I definitely knew that as a part of my freelancing that I wanted there to be some sort of educational aspect with workshops or tutorials and stuff like that, like I do on YouTube. So yeah, just expanding my reach and having that allow me to reach back as well to others. Reaching forward and reaching back. I like that. So, you know, just to kind of wrap things up here, where can our audience find out more information about you? Like, where can they see your work and everything online? Yeah, you can find my work at AGS design studio dot com, but you can find me on YouTube at ADF design studio. That's my channel name. That's also my name on Instagram. And then also on Instagram and Twitter, I'm Alana underscore flowers. All right. Sounds good. Well, a lot of flowers I definitely want to thank you so much for coming on the show and really one that telling your story, but then two also kind of giving us a little bit of a peek behind the curtain of what it's like to be kind of a new freelancer. You know there's been all this talk this year specifically about the great resignation and people leaving jobs, it's like striking out on their own and it seems like you've really well one you have struck out on your own, but two it seems like you've really hit a stride and you're making great work, you're promoting yourself out there on social media. I wish when I started my studio that I was half as prepared and put together as you are without your doing everything. So I think you're doing a great job and I'd love to see where your work goes in the future. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. Big big thanks to Alana flowers and of course thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about Alana and her work through the links in the show notes at revision path dot com. And of course, thanks to our wonderful sponsor brevity and wit. Brevity and wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world. They accomplish this through graphic design, presentations, and workshops around IDEA, inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility. If you're curious to learn how to combine a passion for IDEA with design, check them out at brevity and wit dot com. Brevity and wit creative excellence without the grind. Revision path is brought to you by lunch, a multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, Georgia. This podcast is created hosted and produced by me, Mari's cherry, with engineering and editing by RJ basilio. Our intro voice-over is by music mandre with intro and outro music by yellow speaker. So why don't you think of the interview? Better yet, what do you think about revision path overall? I know 2021 has been another wild year, but one thing that is definitely kept me going throughout this entire year is hearing from you, so please don't be a stranger, hit us up on Twitter, hit us up on Instagram, just search for revision path all one word, or you can leave us a rating and review on Apple podcast or now, on Spotify, now you can rate podcasts over on Spotify, so please help us out over there, give us 5 stars we would super duper really appreciate it. Let everyone you know know about the show because as I've always said, it really helps us grow and reach more people all around the world. As always, thank you so much for listening. Thank you for this entire year, happy new year to you. By the time you listen to this, hopefully..

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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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01:37 min | Last month

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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04:19 min | 4 months ago

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

"Dot space right sounds goodwill so nestle robinson. I want to thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you for really. I mean one sort of describing where you're at right now embarking on this new journey in your creative career but also really diving deep into how the sum total of your other experiences whether it's been travelling or working in other industries in such have brought you to where you are right now like i hope that when people listed as they take away that they can sort of have these divergent paths that can lead them towards what their goals are. Certainly. seems like. you're doing that for yourself. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you for having me. Maurice thank you. I i love your show. I love the work that you're doing in. I'm very excited to be a part of it. Big thanks to genetic robinson and of course thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about genetics and her work through the links and the show notes at revision path dot com and of course thanks to our wonderful sponsor brevity and wit wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing more inclusive and equitable world. They accomplished this. Do graphic design presentations and workshops around a inclusion diversity equity and accessibility. If you're curious curious to learn how to combine the passion for id with designed check them out at brevard. Went dot com brevity and wit creative excellence without the grind on the weekend of october eighth to the tenth joined the harvard graduate school of design. Virtually for the blackened design twenty twenty one conference. This year's theme black matter is a celebration of black spacing creativity from the magical to the mundane there speakers performers in panelists will bring nuance to the trump black excellence and acknowledged that urgent political spatial ecological crises facing black communities across the diaspora. You don't wanna miss out on this weekend of learning community and connection visit them online at black matter dot tv to learn more and to be a part of the events support for revision. Path also comes from adobe max. Adobe matt's is the annual global creativity conference and it's going online this year. October twenty six th through the twenty eighth. This assured be creative experience. Like no other plus. It's all free. Yup one hundred percent free with over twenty five hours of keynotes. Luminary speakers breakout sessions workshops musical performances and even a few celebrity appearances. It's going to be one. Stop shopping for your inspiration. Goals and creative tune-ups did i mention that. It's free explore over three hundred sessions across eleven tracks here from amazing speakers and learn new creative skills all totally free online this october to register heads. Max dot adobe dot com revision path is brought to you by lunch multidisciplinary creative through the atlanta georgia. This podcast is created hosted and produced by me maris. Cherry but engineering and editing by rj. Acilia voiceovers by music man drei with enjoy altro music by yellow speaker. So what did you think the interview better yet. What do you think about revision path as a whole. Please talk to us. Don't be a stranger. Hit us up on social media. We're on twitter or instagram Just search for revision path or you can leave us a rating and review on apple podcasts. Five stars of course. We leave a five star review. Why would you leave less than i of you if you've made it all the way through to the end of the episode especially if you've been listening for awhile like there was a solid even if you've never left a review before just they review. Due at one time we would love that. Let everyone you know. Know about the show because it really helps us grow and help reach more people all around the world as always thank.

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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

08:07 min | 4 months ago

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

"Tied was changed Podcasts for best running podcast. What are we at five years. I think more they couldn't goodness developer. Podcast that's not from. New york's last san francisco. That's not just one kind of guest and that's not just writing back. In code revisions pathos from atlanta and about half of the developers went to art school. Mit the vibe. Here's gentler and a bit more humble than some of the too much coffee sounded tech podcasts. Maris cherry lowers my blood pressure. As soon as i hear his voice. Well thank you so much box. It's good to know that my voice has such a such a calming and soporific effects. I should put that on my tinder profile. No no but seriously thank you so much for the review. It really means a lot. Now for this week's interview i'm talking with elsa omri a visual designer and dr es salaam tanzania. Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are what you do. Yes my name is elsa amri. I am a visual designer from tanzania and currently i work as a junior visual brand identity designer with an agency in canada actually so more of a remote rural but i also do freelance work because a visual designer with clients here in dc and also few outside of tv so more international clients. I was until recently a student at humber college a school in canada studying user experience design. But i graduated technically a completed my gorgeous so up until recently. That's what i've been doing education wise and now primarily. I kinda just as a freelancer and is either with the company in canada. It's a bit about me. And what i'm doing right now. Or congratulations on your recent graduation. Thank you i'm curious. What's been on your mind lately. Like how are things going in general. It's definitely been a bit of a switch up. I was doing the course since january so kind of get used to the whole schedule of okay learning a couple of hours kind of working a group assignments and now it's like i have all this free time. I technically still have work. But it's a lot more free time than i was used to for several months so i think i'm still in the process of trying to adapt to all this extra time. I have and trying to use it more productively building myself up more as a designer but yeah it's kind of a limbo period for me right now that i guess we'll go away soon but that's kind of how feeling i'd say maybe aside from you just graduating like how have things like changed over the past year. Have you grown and improved in any ways. Like what's been what's been a big change from this year to last year from last year to this year i should say i definitely would say that. I have grown and improved because at the start of the year. I told myself. I wanted to really push myself in terms of promoting my work creating works actually creating content that i can promote and just really putting myself out there and wasted. I didn't do last year. And i've seen kind of the outcome of actually doing that in taking on that challenge so there have been like opportunities and roles. I've got an that. I would have never thought. I'd get to do at this point in my career. But i have been able to do simply because i was a lot more open and a lot more like a lot. More forward really reaching out to people connecting with people and just sharing my content and not being afraid to do that. So i'd say this year have been a lot bolder in that sense and i've seen that it's paid off in a lot of different ways which has been pretty awesome and yeah just hoping to keep that up and do even more as the year goes on as well. That is awesome. One of my favorite sayings as fortune favors the bold. And like you have to you have to shoot. You have to shoot those shots. You have to be bold and forward because it's like the worst thing that anybody's gonna say is no so you kind of have to especially if you're just starting out as a designer or you're starting to get your footing as a freelancer like you have to take those big wild shots in order to even like growing progress. No one's going to hold your hand and like you know. Tell you which were which way to go or anything like that exactly. I agree with that. You have to kind of put yourself outside of your comfort zone which can be scary but likely you're going to benefit from it in some way you just kind of have to take that first step and speaking of those big opportunities and we talked about this before we started recording. You've been doing some presentations with adobe over the past few months or so how'd you first get involved with them. A oh gosh. Let me try to think back. I think it'd be because i use the main designed program i use for like interfaces upside. Up design is a dubious. And that's kind of been my go-to for awhile. While so i was always using the product and over time. I guess you could say around last year or maybe even end up turning nineteen. I became more involved in the actual community. So like on discordance stuff. They have challenges and they have different channels that you can participate in so i started coming a lot more active within the community and even though that it helps directly i think kinda put me on a pass towards like you said doing the adobe stuff that i've been able to this year so around the start of this year like i mentioned previously decided to kind of put my content out there more and i made a twitter specifically where my design stuff which was kind of an interesting decision because i didn't think twitter would be effective at all personal twitter. I didn't tweet at all. So i even have any followers or anything kind of just used it to catch up with what other people are saying but somebody recommended to create a design twitter. Okay cool try this out. Apparently the design community is pretty awesome which it is. I ended up discovering. But i would share a lot of my content on twitter and i would follow all these other. Count- also adobe be as well and particular designers was in adobe that i admired look up to and in terms of like the adobe live opportunity that really came by chance. I can't even say that was directly me. It was more. Like i posted something cool or what other people thought was cool and it got a lot of region engagement and then somebody tagged one of the senior designers in adobe names to pinski to check my content out and he did and he liked it and then that same person said recommended that i should be an adobe live and for some reason that was more than enough because howard asked me. I wanted to be an adobe live. After that. And i said yes. I definitely want to be able to live. So that's kind of how that happened so kind of by chance. But i think it would have happened at all if i did. It obviously created twitter put more by content out there. I mean it sounds like you know. Initially you found a way to kind of get on dobies radar by doing things that are in the like community properties that they manage and things of that nature but then also you had the separate twitter. So you're really doing a lot of brand marketing with getting your name. They're getting your work out there. Which i think is a is a really. That's a really smart thing to do. I've worked for some sas companies that they try to community not in the best way. But it's interesting like the way that people get on our radar the way that we know like who are. Our fans are other people that really liked. The work is through the community stuff. You know. I mean especially if you're using something where like all your users are just user names and they don't have profiles or anything like that. It's hard to really kinda noble. Who are these people. You just sort of see them as like this aggregate set but if you're participating in our support forms if you're on a discord like you said or even twitter or something like that that's how we end up finding like. Oh these are the people that really like the work that we do their tagging us. They're talking to us. So i would for designers are listening that one sort of you know i would say get in the good graces or get on the radar companies that they admire reach out to them through their community efforts platforms. Like that's really the best way to do it and not just complain a lot of people complain adobe of course but i think if you're if you're doing work with that platform and you want them to just kind of know about it like that's the best and easiest way to kind of.

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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

07:12 min | 7 months ago

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

"I was like i'm too lazy. Ramsey's paid a number so i never had that because i just made a big number so nakazawa smart new rule. I wanna get credit. It was like. I just don't want to deal with that headache. Same is true about like. I was just like i don't want to wear totta work ever. Ah don't want one of those jobs are going to go work there. Like i just wanna wear sneakers to work. I just chose that not knowing it was sort of like going to be like. I didn't choose us because it would make me money i'd choose. It might provide me money to buy a house and not have to assimilate so much did just liked sneakers than i like the culture and i think young folks are more more like the technology exists. They get to do the same. Just trying to figure out what it all means. There'd be a total about what people adulthood time. So now you have to like follow in line and you gotta wear your hair a certain way in la No thank you. But now i think it's i think it's cool that people can deliver gonna be people we'd gets a helped him. Where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work do you want to be doing. Yo this drives me and everyone else crazy that i wanted to be able to. Just walk down the street and not have to go anywhere and everything Harlem 'cause made it possible bike. I went from. I don't know doing product design. Few years The continent creation now. Like i'm gonna the call right now about enough tease which i had no idea about but okay. Let's go learn about not in the process like drops and all this other stuff and this one of the thing be strategy mind sir the creative mindset learn a little bit of i think luck along the way of having some wins folks invited to parties Whether it's me or entire team. I think people trust me my team as they did better than the team starting to have their own sort of like mris below them. Kinda grow the business for all of us And even if they go running their own agencies all good like i kinda want this fund growth. Keep think i used to say making stuff was like cool announced to the point where it's like making supper taken a different personality given like Dot sustainability and. Sometimes it's like not making stuff is the answer but figuring out how like my biggest thing. Tons of conversations with the last three months has been on housing justice here in new york city. And i think that's not the standard conversation. Maybe a creative. But i think the thought process in the connections in in the myself my team the folks that hang out. Rick bring to the table. Just i dunno opened up the vision on some of those things are many when i say like twinning thing. I say this like you can create. I dunno systemic change in harlem in atlanta lokeren. Like in places like detroit. I think if that starts to stick and ownership becomes like a big piece of it i think in some conversations going to be had And then let's talking about ono. Forgive them a chance. we're good. We did this good. And i think that's where i'd wanna be even if it's not me just hanging around people who are doing those things that's my five years ago just to wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line so definitely come. Hang out for the most part. You wanna find out about all the fun we're having find. It's a good things. Gw dta in digests sure it'll be being the bio and byline. That's what we have our fun as we give back to the community that we show how we hang out we want to book of business definitely come to end dot com keep professionally rattus checks while good ready to do stuff then definitely. We're making some shoes redoing a payroll nex ninety nine products jackson. Y my guy voices city a few hustles going on some fun so please. You don't have to read. All the reading numbers is doing gravy appreciated but you can come check out and see the creative stuff we're doing. It's good reading yeah. Don't don't listen to jeffrey henderson. Thank you so much for coming on the show. I think you know from hearing your story from looking at your work and again even from the research that i've done i think to me. There is a certain deep sense of thoughtfulness that you bring to your work that perhaps i don't know if you even recognize how awful it is in terms of doing work for the community and making sure that you're creating this nurturing space for young creatives and everything. I think it's something that more of us need to see in the industry like we need to see. Of course. I think just more black agency owners but also more black agency owners that are kind of bucking the trend or changing the paradigm of showing that. It's okay to be thoughtful and do great work like this and not have to stick to you. Know any sort of archaic or draconian style of running a business that you can. You can do great work and have fun and it can be a nurturing space. And i definitely see that care office that you bring to your work. And i'm i'm appreciative of it. I'm sure that folks listen that way as well. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much on. Glad to be on that list and like on hundreds of people who you think visibility to our level. Judo colorado can be happy to help. Thank you A big big. Thanks to jeffrey henderson. And of course thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about jeffrey. And his work through the links and the show notes provision path dot com. And of course thanks. To our wonderful sponsor brevity brevity and wit is a strategy and design firm committed to designing a more inclusive and equitable world. They accomplish this too. 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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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08:04 min | 1 year ago

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

"Your host Maris cherry and this week. I'm talking with Britt Lyle the second a Motion Graphics designer here in Atlanta, Georgia. Let's start the show. All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Britt Lyle. I am a motion graphic designer. I'm a graphics assistant at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Now, I've been asking everyone, you know kind of starting off for these interviews how they're sort of holding up right now, you know, we're recording this right now in late September. It's pretty easy. I think well known that we're going to be in the states for a while. Now, how have you been holding up during this pandemic? Oh, wow, there have been like there been good days and bad days. I've been holding up generally well, but like there have been, you know good days and bad days. Like I said I tend to deal with anxiety sometimes so that has been kind of a struggle wage. Kind of cope with along with like just regular anxiety Then the election and covid-19. Like one of the things I learned in grad school is like you have to take time to for yourself, especially in stressful situations. And this entire year has just been one big stressful situation off. So it's very very important to like make yourself as comfortable as possible. Especially someone who like regularly deals with anxiety and off. Yeah, so I just basically just tried to make sure that if I feel like in some type of anxiety attack coming that I make sure to remove myself from the situation and ground myself before coming back to reality so to speak gotcha. Now let's talk about your work at sports and entertainment and can you kind of briefly describe what a MB sports and entertainment is and just sort of what is a regular day like for you right now since you're working from home, so am be Sports entertainment. We are sort of like a company within a company job. We do work for the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United. My job specifically is Graphics assistant. So basically that means I help out anyone else you need help with any other big project whether it's coming up with Gameday Graphics video editing color correction or any other regular or irregular occurrence. I might occur to you today. How did you get started there on a whim a lot of a lot of the jobs that I've gotten in particularly designed jobs of Applied on a whim. So I was laid off at my previous job, which I was very very sad about and I was just applying applying everywhere that I can and I saw the post for graphics assistant at a MB. And again, it was one of those things for me. It's like I can't in good conscience past this up and say Thursday. I tried everything that I could so I apply thinking that like I wouldn't hear anything and they turned out to be one of the few people that actually gave me like like three rounds of interviews and hired me within like a month. Nice. Yeah, so you mentioned, you know kind of working on these, you know, not random projects, but you kind of work on an ad-hoc basis as an assistance. So are there any sort wage projects that you like take the lead on or you always kind of working in that second kind of capacity mostly in a secondary capacity because there are people who have been there since the building open since as soon as construction ended they hired a design team and those and some of those people have left but there are still some people have been there since its Inception and they kind of know they build out the process. They're the ones who really like all the assignments all of the the dimensions birth. All the renders all of these little details. They're the ones who built it from the ground up and I'm essentially follow the process. I'll give my two cents every now and then if I feel like it'll help but for the most part they have pretty much have like a game plan laid out for how certain things are done and how certain things are processed. And so, you know, just so folks name Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta is fairly new. I think it was opened and what 2018-2017 2017-2017? Okay, and then prior to that it not in the same space, but pretty close to it was the Georgia Dome that's where I used to work actually years and years and years and years ago. I worked for the Georgia Dome the the Georgia World Congress Center and since Olympic Park, so I'm familiar with that whole kind of campus area and I know back then I mean Georgia Dome all that is owned by the state, but Mercedes-Benz is privately owned. Do you know if off? Any of the the Congress Center staff works there also since it's so close not intimately like I think some people transferred but I mean as far as I know most people have been there since MBS was a thing. I'm not sure if any other people from Georgia Congress moved on to other projects, but I do know that they got a lot of different people from a lot of different places to kind of help build this team up. Yeah. I was just always curious about that cuz I still know a good number of people over there so long what's the best thing you would say about the work that you do? All of the work that I do is like kind of unconventional and well, I guess not unconventional like sort of a dimension sizes that I do that I work with like no one else in the world really works with these type of Dimensions cuz inside the stadium there's this song Halo board, and it's like six feet high, I think it's got like Fifty four thousand LED lights on it and the the file sizes and the dimensions that we work with are just pretty unorthodox and pretty wild to kind of like work with and when I first got started, you know someone I got trained in art school or just doesn't in designing was as the standard 1920 x 1080 and then suddenly I have to deal with sizes that are like fifty thousand nine fifty thousand five thousand or ten thousand sizes and it's kind of weird but it's also kind of cool cuz like you you kind of makes my portfolio stand out a little bit off and yeah, I guess that would be the best thing is that like I do I do the type of design that are very different than anyone else does and it may be kind of hard to put on social. Which is why I tend to put it on my website, but at the same time like not a lot of people can say they have designed the stuff that I designed and

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Britt Lyle II on design

Revision Path

08:04 min | 1 year ago

Britt Lyle II on design

"Your host Maris cherry and this week. I'm talking with Britt Lyle the second a Motion Graphics designer here in Atlanta, Georgia. Let's start the show. All right. So tell us who you are and what you do. My name is Britt Lyle. I am a motion graphic designer. I'm a graphics assistant at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Now, I've been asking everyone, you know kind of starting off for these interviews how they're sort of holding up right now, you know, we're recording this right now in late September. It's pretty easy. I think well known that we're going to be in the states for a while. Now, how have you been holding up during this pandemic? Oh, wow, there have been like there been good days and bad days. I've been holding up generally well, but like there have been, you know good days and bad days. Like I said I tend to deal with anxiety sometimes so that has been kind of a struggle wage. Kind of cope with along with like just regular anxiety Then the election and covid-19. Like one of the things I learned in grad school is like you have to take time to for yourself, especially in stressful situations. And this entire year has just been one big stressful situation off. So it's very very important to like make yourself as comfortable as possible. Especially someone who like regularly deals with anxiety and off. Yeah, so I just basically just tried to make sure that if I feel like in some type of anxiety attack coming that I make sure to remove myself from the situation and ground myself before coming back to reality so to speak gotcha. Now let's talk about your work at sports and entertainment and can you kind of briefly describe what a MB sports and entertainment is and just sort of what is a regular day like for you right now since you're working from home, so am be Sports entertainment. We are sort of like a company within a company job. We do work for the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United. My job specifically is Graphics assistant. So basically that means I help out anyone else you need help with any other big project whether it's coming up with Gameday Graphics video editing color correction or any other regular or irregular occurrence. I might occur to you today. How did you get started there on a whim a lot of a lot of the jobs that I've gotten in particularly designed jobs of Applied on a whim. So I was laid off at my previous job, which I was very very sad about and I was just applying applying everywhere that I can and I saw the post for graphics assistant at a MB. And again, it was one of those things for me. It's like I can't in good conscience past this up and say Thursday. I tried everything that I could so I apply thinking that like I wouldn't hear anything and they turned out to be one of the few people that actually gave me like like three rounds of interviews and hired me within like a month. Nice. Yeah, so you mentioned, you know kind of working on these, you know, not random projects, but you kind of work on an ad-hoc basis as an assistance. So are there any sort wage projects that you like take the lead on or you always kind of working in that second kind of capacity mostly in a secondary capacity because there are people who have been there since the building open since as soon as construction ended they hired a design team and those and some of those people have left but there are still some people have been there since its Inception and they kind of know they build out the process. They're the ones who really like all the assignments all of the the dimensions birth. All the renders all of these little details. They're the ones who built it from the ground up and I'm essentially follow the process. I'll give my two cents every now and then if I feel like it'll help but for the most part they have pretty much have like a game plan laid out for how certain things are done and how certain things are processed. And so, you know, just so folks name Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta is fairly new. I think it was opened and what 2018-2017 2017-2017? Okay, and then prior to that it not in the same space, but pretty close to it was the Georgia Dome that's where I used to work actually years and years and years and years ago. I worked for the Georgia Dome the the Georgia World Congress Center and since Olympic Park, so I'm familiar with that whole kind of campus area and I know back then I mean Georgia Dome all that is owned by the state, but Mercedes-Benz is privately owned. Do you know if off? Any of the the Congress Center staff works there also since it's so close not intimately like I think some people transferred but I mean as far as I know most people have been there since MBS was a thing. I'm not sure if any other people from Georgia Congress moved on to other projects, but I do know that they got a lot of different people from a lot of different places to kind of help build this team up. Yeah. I was just always curious about that cuz I still know a good number of people over there so long what's the best thing you would say about the work that you do? All of the work that I do is like kind of unconventional and well, I guess not unconventional like sort of a dimension sizes that I do that I work with like no one else in the world really works with these type of Dimensions cuz inside the stadium there's this song Halo board, and it's like six feet high, I think it's got like Fifty four thousand LED lights on it and the the file sizes and the dimensions that we work with are just pretty unorthodox and pretty wild to kind of like work with and when I first got started, you know someone I got trained in art school or just doesn't in designing was as the standard 1920 x 1080 and then suddenly I have to deal with sizes that are like fifty thousand nine fifty thousand five thousand or ten thousand sizes and it's kind of weird but it's also kind of cool cuz like you you kind of makes my portfolio stand out a little bit off and yeah, I guess that would be the best thing is that like I do I do the type of design that are very different than anyone else does and it may be kind of hard to put on social. Which is why I tend to put it on my website, but at the same time like not a lot of people can say they have designed the stuff that I designed and

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"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

"maris cherry" Discussed on Revision Path

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