Writing As Passion
Caitlin Carnes, a Content Engineer, with a background in illustration and online blogging, specializes in professional writing for clients in Law, Health, and other fields . Having just recently left higher education, Caitlin’s writing experiences were primarily self-driven enterprises, coming from a passionate expression of her intellectual interests.
Born and raised in Boynton Beach, FL Caitlin lived and went to school in the same area for eighteen years. Having first attended a K-8 private school, Caitlin decided to audition for entrance to the local arts magnet high school, Dreyfoos School of the Arts, where she graduated in 2010.
After high school, Caitlin applied to several arts colleges before deciding that Moore College of Art and Design located in Philadelphia, PA was the best fit. There she stayed for four years majoring in illustration, while experiencing her first taste of snow and winter weather.
Upon leaving school, Caitlin decided to form her own project. Recruiting others with similar interests through online social media platforms, Caitlin took it upon herself to organize and publish her own magazine. Now, with less time on her hands, Caitlin’s artistic endeavors are limited to teaching and painting rain barrels.
Passions & Inspirations
Home Improvement Shows
I love watching home improvement shows, and now find that they are a powerful source of motivation and direction in moving forward in my life.
Unlike others who prefer gaming to be a solitary task, I find that gaming can be a great way of breaking the ice and finding things in common with a diverse set of people.
Ever since the seventh grade I have pursued an arts education with rigorous abandon, and have found that true success comes with finding happiness in your own accomplishments because they reflect your intended purpose.
Thanks to my INTP personality, I often find myself wondering on the exact mechanics of our universe and exploring how my artistic background allows me to grasp the abstract concepts of space and time.
Thanks to my mother being a local South Florida biologist, I was able to experience several alligator countings in Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.