I actually wanted to type “pupdated” just to keep my alliteration going. This is just a very quick post to note that I’ve gone in and updated my portfolio page with some past projects that had not been on there before. I’m still digging through and digitizing some analog work, so that portion of the site is undergoing pretty constant revision.
Some interactive projects (like video games) are meant for private consumption. Some are meant for public consumption.
I’ve recently been very honored to join the advisory committee for a new not-for-profit organization, The Lavender Effect. The mission of The Lavender Effect is “to celebrate our heritage and inspire future generations” and the organization is “committed to creating a state-of-the-art LGBTQ Museum and Cultural Center that will be among the foremost educational and entertainment institutions in Southern California.” I’m thrilled to be working at the genesis of such an important project.
Since its official announcement on June 1, 2012, I’ve seen and heard various responses to the exisitence the organization, but a common question that keeps coming up is “Why do we need an LGBTQ Museum?” While The Lavender Effect as an organization has its own answers to this question, I wanted to memorialize my answers here on my site, now, at the beginning of this process, to address this issue from a personal viewpoint.