Me: Name is Molly. Student at a community college with a shockingly nice theater arts program. Way too young for college anyway. I'm about to turn 16. Crazily new at tech. 6 months of real-intense-swimming in the deep end sort of experience. Have picked it up quite quickly. My future in it has been set in stone sort of since birth as my father crews on film and television and I grew up on a movie set and have been interested in theater for a couple years now but never really realized that much existed past the doors to the performing arts center at my school until I went in there one day. Now I'm clocking a good 130 hours a term. Recently had my first lighting design experience in a class and loved it. So far I've tried my hand at scenic (visual artist, partial to the paint.), lighting, and stage crew. I'm leaning towards lighting/electrician work, but find carpentry very relaxing which is surprising for a very short person who is usually very intimidated by loud machines. I'm also quite fond of heights although I rarely have an easy time reaching units from wherever I happen to be standing. So, yeah. Hi.