Back to business

Well, I’m back and the trip to the UK was memorable. In one week I saw most of my familywith the exception of my father who wasn’t able to make the trip, but I will be seeing him in a couple of weeks. I went tide-pool creature catching with my cousin Matt and his family at Man of War bay, fossil hunting along Dorset’s Jurassic coast,  monkey visiting at Monkey World with my cousin Andrew and his family, went walking around William Morris’s beautiful Kelmscott Manor with my sister as well as her guided tours around Oxford, and relaxed with my Mum, Aunt and Uncle.

Lastly and most importantly, the highlight of the trip was my engagement to Erin on the scenic hills of the iron age hill-fort ruins of Maiden Castle. With all this excitement still fluttering in my mind and heart, it’s time to get back to business.

Eventhough last week was only a 3 day work week for DDAers, reviewing my email this morning reveals a lot of activity with all of DDA’s current projects. I am excited to get back in the swing of things and start working on the various interactive CD-ROMs,  DVDs, interactive websites, flash animations and setting up render farms for our elaborate 3D and video compositing projects.