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I CAN HAS PODCAST
This new media thing has a steep learning curve. ProTools - arrgh! And I've gone from a staff of 15 to a staff of one. But it's really rewarding doing something by yourself and for yourself. (Well, hopefully for a few more people.) Someone once said (I think it was me, actually) that working for a big company is like being a child in a family: you have security, three meals a day--but you can't control when you eat those meals or what's in them. And ultimately Mom and Dad can kick you out of the house if they want to downsize.
I'm literally working in my own house now. So far the roof hasn't caved in. And the three meals taste pretty good, too.
POT feels inviting to those who might feel most unwelcome at other pottery studios in Los Angeles — people of color, queer people and people who have never picked up clay or sat down at a wheel.
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