The name my parents gave me isn't important. Besides, it'll probably slip out later anyway. I'm an Australian student of eighteen years. I'm a strange girl: even my strange friends say that. I'm the person I want to be, not defined by any cultural genre. I was educated at home most of my life; now I'm finishing school and hoping to study filmmaking in the US. I'm fascinated by the sciences but they always get the better of me; the humanities often frustrate me about the pathetic ignorance of humanity; and so I generally prefer working with the arts. I like to be a piece of living, breathing art; not exactly about aesthetic appeal (though it's always fun expressing my personal interpretations of beauty), but it's about making a strong, interpretational statement. That said, I'm a goof, a dork. I don't take myself seriously and I laugh at the world that does. What else is there to say that matters? My identity should present itself clearly enough in what I write, anyway.