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By day I'm a school psychologist. I work full time in an elementary school.
My prime directive in that life is to help kids succeed in school and keep 'em from hurting each other or the teachers. I go by "Dr. Meg" in that life.
Up until May 2012, I used to be a free lance lighting designer. People have been paying me to design the lighting for their theatrical productions since 1979.
I've designed the lighting for about 170 productions in California, Nevada, Utah, Pennsylvania and Texas.
I quit because I don't like staying up late at rehearsals any more and now I am...Writing Life
...writing. I have finished my first feature length screenplay, a short film, another feature length and a TV series based on my adventures as a school psychologist and teacher.
My mentor in screenwriting is Richard Dutcher
My prime directive in this writing life is to get an agent, sell a screenplay and become a member of the Writers Guild of America-West
Making Films Life
Currently in post-production of an indie film comedy called The Boys At The Bar
I served as Associate Producer and Casting Director.
My prime directive in this life is to pay back my investors! Photography Life
Since climbing up onto my roof at age 10 and taking pictures of clouds with my Kodak Instamatic, I've dabbled in photography, studying it for two years at the University of Utah, back in the dark room days.
My goal is to transfer my passion for making pictures, from lighting design to making composite images with digital photography.
My prime directive in this life is to create a great photography website, have my first gallery showing and sell my work.Blogging Life
I sporadically write posts on my own blog
. I violate the law that a blog should focus on one niche area, because I'm just too ADHD for that. Thanks To Influential Google+ Folk
As a total Google+ newb, I want to thank (and recommend to you if you're just starting) the following G+'ers.
Their posts and informative profiles are really helping me make the transition from Facebooklandia over to Google+landia.
In no particular order they are: Paul SpoerryPauline SweetmanAyoub KhoteSarah RiosRinus BakkerMickey Mellen