I don’t know. There are other things like visual arts, and I could get a degree in that, but I like learning new things. I have many passions—I love working in film and video gaming, as well as playing the piano—so I think that would be the best possible way of getting out of graduate-level math. But I’m glad that I can keep up my passion projects and take classes. It allows me to build a good support network, too.
Have you worked as a freelancer while in graduate school?
I’ve freelanced in film and video games; most recently, I was freelance for a short film. I would love to do as many freelance jobs as possible, though; it’d make me so happy!
Do you have any tips of your own for aspiring writers?
I hope that if I can stay focused on my goals as well as being a good mentor for my students, I’ll learn things that are helpful for them as well.
What do you like most about being a graduate student?
It seems like the best of both worlds to me: I have the opportunity to help students with their math, and I have the experience and confidence to be a good mentor.
Have you considered pursuing graduate work, or am considering pursuing a PhD in mathematics?
If I go ahead with pursuing a PhD, I’m not sure if I want to. At my current stage, I guess it’s just the right amount of education to continue learning, if nothing else.
You’ve created a series called I Am A Writer on Kickstarter. Would you recommend going for such a project?
I am a big fan. The premise: I would write the screenplay for every film I made up until now. They are so easy to create and the concept does seem very interesting. I would also like to get a good sense of what it feels like to write a good screenplay in front of a live audience. If I raise the goal to $100,000, I will do a Kickstarter survey before going public with the project. After that, I will definitely work on the script.
Any special shout-outs to any of the filmmakers involved?
Myself! I’m just a big fan of their work—and a fan of making movies.
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