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  • Deviant for 19 years
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My Bio
Amy is co-founder of Amazing Suspense Productions LLC, established in 2014. She graduated from Ohio University in 2007 with a BFA in Theater Performance and a BSC in Interactive Multimedia. After a short two-year career teaching English in Japan, Spencer returned to the States in 2010 and has been living in Akron, Ohio since. She was Production Designer for the 2012 award-winning feature Shelter, shot entirely in Akron. In 2011 she featured in Wandering Aesthetics's former company Heads Up Productions' productions of "Corpus Christi" and "Pillowman." She is the piano vocalist for the band Light of the Loon and the very obscure one-woman bipolar band Amy vs. Godzilla. Spencer currently works five jobs: three money-making jobs and two money-taking (passion) jobs. She looks forward to the day the second two become self-sustaining enough that the first three become obsolete.

Favourite Visual Artist
Frank Frazetta, Brian Froud, Karl Kerschl, Dave McKean, Tyson Hesse
Favourite Movies
Favourite TV Shows
Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Firefly, Walking Dead, American Horror Story: Asylum
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Regina Spektor, Yoko Kanno, Mai Yamane, Nobuo Uematsu, Jo Hisaishi, Tom Waits
Favourite Writers
Peter S. Beagle, J.R.R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Ray Bradbury, Neil Gaiman
Favourite Games
Portal, Landstalker, Xenogears, Chrono Trigger
Tools of the Trade
Other Interests
singing, laughing, climbing trees and rooftops
Doing multiple outlets/facets of creativity, but perhaps feeling similar things I felt when I was still in college, committing myself to too many things. In a musical, helping do production design on a movie, writing/practicing music for my first 45-minute set with my sister at a highly populated venue, making crocheted crafts for said venue... I may be in over my head again. Also trying to keep up with friends in Japan and trying to be a little be responsible helping take care of the dog we found abandoned in the woods, provide a place for nomads and other people seeking sanctuary to rest and be safe. I don't want any of these things to not
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Yes, the move is over, and here I am. The creativity should sweep over me soon, I'm sure. I need to start drawing again. So much inspiration with these new cats running around the house, catching all the bugs and eating them. Oh, yeah, and it's spring, too. Damn. How many blogs do I have, that I update stuff once every six months, talking about the same thing in all of them?
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Uh.. yeah. So, after that first documentary in school, I have graduated to have completed a 17-minuter and a 34-minuter, both (literally) made in Japan. My second year in Japan is coming to a close and I have a gargantuan amount of packing/cleaning/shipping to be doing (yes, Japan still let's you actually *ship* items in the mail, which makes for a much slower, but FAR cheaper sending). And a new chapter of life begins, post-Japan. This should be interesting. The reverse culture shock should kick in in about.... four to eight weeks. Maybe. Ha. We'll see. Well, I look forward to make music with my sister, making movies with my friends, and d
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Thank you very much for the dev-watch, it was VERY appreciated!
Thank you so much for Watching my work! Lots more on the way :)
Thank you so much for watching our group! :iconteamoplz:

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Your pictures are beauitful darling! You remind me of such an extravegent bird somedays. You have a wing span that doesn't cease to amaze. ^_^
Thank you for the watch!
I´ll watch you too!
Thank you for the watch :)
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