WASHINGTON — I sat alone in my first home office at our third floor walk up San Francisco apartment overlooking Golden Gate Park. Alone, because nobody else could fit inside the walk-in closet with me and my 21″ Radius monitor – that is where it all began. I hunched over my keyboard after hours, focused on producing my first ever promotional video for Agreda Communications. The year was 1998.
My tools were a souped-up SuperMac S900, Adobe After Effects, Illustrator and a selection of Kai’s Power Tools stock art CDs. For anyone wondering, CD ROM was a popular digital media storage technology of the late twentieth century that used compact optical discs as a memory device for storing large data files. My library of a dozen discs must have held more than a hundred photos!
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