After almost six months of working as IT Specialist for Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, it’s time for me to move along to a new job.
I think this new job will allow me to take more advantage of the time I spent at Medill and the lessons I learned there, and I’m happy to get back into the media industry. It’s satisfying to me to be able to go home at the end of the day and reflect that I might have helped make the world a little bit smarter by my contributions to the mediasphere, and I think that working with the ABA Journal will make that possible.
Which is not to say that my time at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers was wasted — quite the contrary. I found it extremely interesting to work in a place where I was surrounded by fine art and rarities from around the world. Anyone that knows me knows I’m fascinated by unusual objects of art, and I’ll certainly miss having access to those sorts of treasures on a daily basis.
And of course, the folks who worked here with me were certainly an eclectic bunch, and I’m glad to have had the opportunity to meet and work with them.
So, onwards and upwards, as they say!
P.S. — anyone interested in applying for my job here at LHA should send along their resume. I’ll be happy to make sure it ends up in the right hands.