I recently spent the last few nights to update my Behance portfolio! I hope those that stumble here enjoy. It has a lot more work in it than on this wordpress site. It is finally a transition to something better than what I have set up here. Anyway, the work on Behance has a mix of different professional projects that I have worked on for the past two years.
Oh the irony that has been bestowed upon me. At the end of October, I have been given the option to work from home. With the most perfect timing this worked out very well with Sandy coming to town to really test the ropes of this decision. My old work place doesn’t even have internet or power thanks to Sandy’s fury; however, my apartment does so work could continue. It was interesting decision to decide to start to work at home, I feel that it maybe a little early in my career to start. But at the same time I feel like this is the right thing to do. Maybe hurricane Sandy has come in to reinforce the decision. Now I don’t have to walk and travel the subways of NYC mindlessly like all the other commuters trying to do the same thing. Once I was able to get back into my “Zone A” apartment building and realizing that I did not have to trek somehow into Manhattan has really make me appreciative of being able to do this. I am definitely thankful for all that I have and sad that so many so are suffering ever so close to home. Hopefully I can repay some of my new found time and energy back to those in need soon.