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This weekend I attended my first Hollywood awards show. It was the 26th Annual Producers Guild Awards at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel. I imagined it would be an unforgettable night of hanging with celebrities, and dressed impress. It was an unforgettable night, but I would throw it more in the learning experience category.
I have a lot to learn before I can consider myself a veteran awards show attendee, but overall I was still glad that I went. Let me share with you some of my experiences, and what I have learned.
Today we got the last shot of the Toys”R”Us project approved, so we are finally 100% finished with that project. It was a great first project to have, but now I’m ready for my next challenge.
I did not get much done on the business front last week. I’m still struggling with updating my website, and trying to get that in working order. I’m currently working on the design while I also try and figure out how to do the coding. Once I get my website updated I will use that to try and find my next clients. I plan to go back to figuring out the government contracts, and trying to get some animation work through the government.
This last week I have been doing a lot of work on updating my website, and putting a demo reel together. It has been a while since I have used DreamWeaver to make a website, and it is proving to be much more difficult then in the past. Granted I normally did not try and do anything special or overly complicated with my website design as I am doing now. I want my website to be simple and clean in the design, but I want it to have some more advanced features under the hood. For example I want it to look great on all platforms, so no matter if you are looking at it on a desktop or mobile phone you will still have a great experience.
It’s a new year, and a fresh start. In the past a new year was simply trying to remember to change the last digit or two when writing the year, but for the most part little changed. With the business it seems to be much more abrupt of a change, because of the way things are setup with the IRS. Closing out your books for the year, sending out 1099’s, and getting ready for taxes.