Today was my first Intro. To Media Production Lab, and I must say that I am very excited to be able to finally have access to a computer with final cut pro and all kinds of other crap.
It was also fun because I got to listen to Pete Chvanny rant and rave. But I must say, he made me feel really good because he said that we are the best kids because we are going to the best film school in America (he says that there are a couple of exclusive european acadamies that are a little better) and if you know Pete, he tells you what he really thinks with no sugar-coating at all. And I know it's silly but I long for constant reassurance from authority figures. Honestly I think it stems from my father leaving when I was young, I never got the developmental support from a male that I needed growing up and I now long for it from other male authority figures.
Stop me before I get any more fruedian. But I really think it may be true, because I don't really care what my peers think. I don't know. Who cares.
I also found out that I got a radio show on WECB, the smaller of the two campus radio stations with Jonathan P. which is going to be really sweet.
I also got my re-imbursal form signed by 2 out of the three people I need to sign it, so I will soon be getting my 58 dollars and change back.
AND I found out that I was asked to do graphics for the Gentleman's Club (Operating the Chyron)
AND I have been asked to edit a package for Ladies Room. So I am very busy now, and that's just the way I like it, dang it.
So hopefully I'll have lots more entertaining stories to tell as I continue to progress at this wonderful institution.
After my Media Production class me and the guys from Suite 724 walked about 1.5 miles to Newbury Comics on Newbury Street, to buy some posters for the suite common room. The posters they bought were: "Many Faces of Homer Simpon" (Showing different characters Homer has been on the series, "Miles Davis" (The singer) "Yes, God is a Man" (Beautiful woman laying in her undergarments on a bed) "Scarface" (Say hello to my little friend shot) and "Abbey Road" Beatles poster (which is HUGE about 6ftx4ft)
Aside from walking so far and getting really cold, I had a pretty sweet day.