My journey in educational technology began when I landed a student internship in the Office of Academic Technology at Oakland Community College. I was a student at the college at the time studying web development; a few years prior I had also completed an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts. I was beginning to realize that my interests were lying at this in-between place around technology and humanity. I was fascinated by the possibilities that technology promised but found that the practice of its implementation was never as clean as promised. I also found I was fairly good at manipulating technology to make it do what I wanted it to and particularly enjoyed using it to express myself artistically. The internship gave me a practical place to explore how people learned with technology and set me on a path that would become my career.