Ah, crap. I can't believe it's been more than a year since I posted here.
So, a RECAP!
When last I left you, dear reader, I was deeply embroiled in coding bootcamp at The Iron Yard Indianapolis. The good news: I successfully completed the course there, and on September 11th, began a 3-month on-the-job-training stint with Greenlight Guru, a local cloud software (SaaS - or Software as a Service) company. Huzzah! Successful career transition underway!
It was also around this time when I was contacted by my friends from Indiana Repertory Theater (remember way back when I was a sound engineer?), with the news that they had secured the funding and rights to edit and broadcast Finding Home: Indiana At 200 on the local public station WFYI. Since I had done the FOH mixing and recording, I would handle the editing and mixing of the audio to the final broadcast video. Hey, cool! The show was broadcast in December on WFYI.
Oh, did I also mention that IRT also hired me to sound design their production of The Originalist? An interesting play about Supreme Court Justice Scalia, and directed by the always wonderful James Still, it was a nice deviation back into the theater world.
Time passes, life proceeds at the usual break-neck speed.
Then, I get word that WFYI has submitted Finding Home to the regional EMMY awards for several categories, including Sound. Then, I get word that Finding Home won a Lower Great Lakes Chapter Regional EMMY Award for Sound!