This is where I'm supposed to post a headshot and write cool sh!t to blow your mind. In lieu of a headshot, here's me as a carefree, Covid-free kiddo back in the simpler times. I basically look the same now, give or take 100 pounds (according to my completely factual driver's license).
As for the cool sh!t to blow your mind? Oy. The down and dirty summary is that I'm a South Korean import raised in southeast Wisconsin, proud graduate of UWSP, megafan of the Green Bay Packers, and current resident of Stevens Point, WI (Custer, if you'd like to get technical).
A graphic designer by trade, normally this site would feature my portfolio and too many words convincing you to pay me to make something look pretty. But much like 2020, I'm doing a full 180 on "normal" life which, in this case, means taking a hiatus from graphic design to focus on masks.
Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.
Harter / Owner, Fishbowl Creative LLC
There is a classroom (also computer lab/studio) within the Noel Fine Arts Center at UW-Stevens Point, called the Fishbowl. An entire side of the room is windows, looking out to the interior courtyard. During the day it was a classroom, while after hours, it was a second home to overcaffeinated designers. And for the extra special procrastinators, the after AFTER hours was when the real magic happened.
Friendships were formed, laughs were had, shenanigans were aplenty and occasionally, we'd even get some work done. When someone saved their work they would yell out "APPLE S!" to remind everyone else to save their work. If someone ran out of X-acto blades, needed a specific paper or tool, wanted to have a brainstorm session, or nearly cut their finger off with aforementioned X-acto blades, we were there for each other. It was a collaborative, hilarious, creative space where I met some of my most favorite humans. The Fishbowl was, is, and always will be, a special part of my life.