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Formally known as Funk-Metal-Alchemist
My names Megan or Meg's
I live in Canada eh!
I am a graduated high school art student. No big deal really, it was an art school well known because of it's performing arts programs, not so much for it's other arts. It was a normal school that just offered more programs that other schools didn't.
I focus more on digital photography then drawing. I love learning new things and I try my hardest to use my camera to its full extent with new techniques and with a range of different styles.
Animal Photography, landscape, minimalism, dabbling a little in architecture, still learning about how to take better portraits, and I love taking pictures in motion, like preforming art photography and "in the moment" shots.
Jack of all trades, master of none.
"Miniature mayhem, now that's my kind of sandwich" - Warden from Superjail.
"Science? What sort of science? Astronomy? Chemistry?"
"Actually I'm a student of all sciences." - Christopher Lloyd as "doc" in Back to the Future.
"Respect the classics man! It's Hendrix!" - Shaggin Wagon from the CARS movie.
"When life hands me lemons I make chocolate cake, and leave bitches wondering how I did it"
Programs I use: Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.
Tools I use: Pencils, ink pens, copic markers, NikonD200 camera and Wacom BAMBOO tablet.
Loves: Animals, Nature, tattoos(has one), Boxers(dogs), Cockatiels(birds), kids movies, NIKON! and good friends.
Favourite genre of music: CLASSIC ROCK
Favourite photographer: Darwin Wiggett, Paul Strand, James Nachtwey and Erwin Wurm
Operating System: Mac
MP3 player of choice: Apple pie pod
Favourite cartoon character: SponeBob Square pants
Personal Quote: The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness
"We just received really bad news... our 30,000 square foot shelter roof has reached a state of disrepair and needs to be replaced, now!
Patching or repairing simply aren’t options because of the extensive wear and tear. We’ve also been told that our old roof won’t make it through another winter - the shelter’s 35-year-old roof has been leaking, quite badly, for some time now.
We care for and house hundreds of animals every month, and need to ensure we have a warm, safe home for them to stay in while they receive medical care, and wait for their forever homes. Having a solid leak-proof roof is a necessity and part of maintaining a great shelter for the animals.
We need $400,000 to replace our roof, and we need to start working on the roof immediately before the snow starts flying. We don’t receive any government funding and we rely solely on donations from people like you."