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In 7th grade I failed Pascal. The year was 1982. Computers were just becoming main stream and Pascal was a very basic programming language. Needless to say if you had told me in 1982 that I would grow up to be a web designer (a what??) and proficient with something called HTML I would have laughed in your face almost as hard if you had told me I would be a math professor.
I graduated high school and moved on to a wonderful small liberal arts college, Washington College, where I majored in History and graduated with a love for Art & History. And no idea what to do with it. I worked in book publishing for a year in PR for Dell Publishing, got tired of trying to live in Manhattan on $18,000 a year and moved to Connecticut where I went to work for the Florence Griswold Museum. Which then inspired me to apply to Christie’s Auction House and their Education Program in London. The year was 1997 and I had a wonderful time learning about the Renaissance (that’s pronounced “Ren – Nay – Sance” with an English accent) to the present Day. The World Wide Web was in it’s infancy, but while in London knee deep in incredible art and history, it struck me as an amazing forum for art.
Upon my return from England in 1998 I was lucky enough to be hired by Jeff Cooley and I immediately asked him if I could do a web site for The Cooley Gallery. Jeff said yes and the door opened to another adventure. By 1999 Two Sisters Design was born. And Pascal was a distant memory.