User:Hypertextgirl

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Hypertextgirl
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Kristin Wenzel - New Orleans, LA (2007)
Kristin Wenzel - New Orleans, LA (2007)
Name Kristin Wenzel
Born (1982-01-16) January 16, 1982 (age 32)
Seattle, Washington
Current location San Francisco, California
Education and employment
Occupation Designer
Employer Information Society
High school Lake Washington HS
College The Yamasa Institute
University W. Wash. University
Hobbies, favourites and beliefs
Aliases DJ Sayaka
Interests
Contact info
Website

hypertextgirl.net

cybergeisha.net
Blog Postcards from Middle Earth
Email kristin@cybergeisha.net
Userboxes
en This user is a native speaker of English.
ja-3 この利用者は上級日本語ができます。
pt-2 Este usuário/utilizador pode contribuir com um nível médio de português.

biographical information

Kristin Wenzel is 29 years old, born and raised in Seattle, Washington. She now resides in San Francisco, California. She is a graduate of Lake Washington High School, after which she attended Western Washington University and The Yamasa Institute.


professional

Kristin is currently a professional freelance web design professional and graphic designer with 8 years of professional experience. She also has 10 years of experience as a barista, and was a participant in the 2004 Northwest Barista Competition and 2004 Seattle Barista Jam, which were aired on Food Network.

She is now the principal web designer, graphic & multimedia director, and administrator of the official website of well known synthpop band Information Society, and is a frequent contributor to the Information Society (band) page on Wikipedia. Additionally, she is occasionally responsible for filming videos of live performances and has directed a unofficial music video for the 2007 single "I Like the Way You Werk It."


other information

Kristin is a several-year attendee of Burning Man and is involved with the Death Guild Thunderdome theme camp which features a post-apocalyptic "Mad Max" style motif featuring the popular Thunderdome (a metal geodesic dome in which people may engage in simulated sparring matches) is a main attraction, which draws the attention of many Burning Man participants.