Wk 3: Classmate Interview: Pilar Garcia

Pilar also goes by the name Pily, she is a second year and her major is sociology. She graduated from Garfield high school and played soccer for the bulldogs. She is taking this class for GE requirements and really wants to be a social worker. She really enjoys working with kids and that is why she wants to become a social worker.

Pilar seems like a very nice and sweet person. She has a pretty big family with 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Her favorite movie is A Walk to Remember and she enjoys soccer. Her favorite food and drink are spaghetti and lemonade and her favorite restaurant is olive garden. Her dream vacation is to go to Paris, and she loves to hangout with her friends. She use to work as a teachers aid but now is currently employed at Tutti Frutti. I enjoyed our conversation and it was really nice talking to her.


Wk 2: Classmate Interview: Bryan Humski

Bryan Humski is a 19 year sophomore business major from San Pedro, California. The crazy thing that most people will never get to experience is going to school with someone for every step of schooling. I have gone to school with Bryan since elementary school all the way to college. Bryan actually lived across the street from me and we use to hangout every single day. He moved out of the house about 3 years after we started hanging out but I would see him a lot at school.
Bryan enjoys to watch a lot of movies on Netflix and really likes music. He lives at home with both of his parents and he was the best at Super Smash Bros when we were younger. He also likes long walks on the beach and enjoys reading love novels, Twilight, 50 shades of grey etc. His favorite type of art is realistic art. Bryan is a pretty cool dude and is cool to be around.

Artist Interview #2: Patricia

Patricia seemed like a very nice and pleasant person to talk to. She was very easy going and very friendly. She graduated last semester and is an abstract artist. She takes on an unusual trait for being an artist which is being athletic. She loves to play ultimate Frisbee and played for a club team down in San Diego. Her inspiration are urban neighborhoods, and she goes into detail by saying how all the houses in neighborhoods look the same but every person in those houses are unique. Her favorite color is grey and she likes to work with wood. and the person that inspired her the most to become an artist was her Grandpa.

Wk: Classmate Interview: Jennifer Martinez


Jennifer Martinez is a 19 year old whose major is the same as mine, Pre Athletic Training, and lives in San Pedro. I have personally known Jenny for about 9 years, since we were in middle school. We have gone to the same middle school (Dodson), High school (San Pedro), and now college. We have been close ever since we met and she is a great person.

She has a nickname that I cant say because she will get mad but she is a sophomore and enjoys sports. Her favorite football team is the Indianapolis Colts and her favorite baseball team  are the Dodgers. Her best friends name is Amanda and are extremely close. In high school she was pretty popular and was really into volleyball. Deep down inside I always felt that she hated me but she denies it. Her dream job is to become an athletic trainer for the Indianapolis Colts even though they suck. She drives a white corolla and works at Jamba Juice. Jenny is one of my good friends and she is pretty cool.

Artist interview #1: Briana


Briana is a 29 year old undergraduate and the art that she produces is very unusual, but also unique in the same sense. Briana collects the clip twists off of bread and potatoes to make a big panoramic calendar categorized from the days and months of the year. At first when I walked in the gallery I did not take into consideration on how much time and dedication it takes to collect all of these seemingly meaningless things and putting them on display. Until I started talking with her and realized that her art is translating that we go by everyday not knowing the little things that are in our life and that we should stop and recognize as much as we can because it can impact our lives in a big way.