Let me just start off by saying, I’m starting to dislike bios; they never seem to capture the true essence who I really am.
And who am I anyway? I’ve been questioning this more and more as of late. It seems like everyday, I am changing. Who I was yesterday is not who I am today; perhaps it’s always been like this – I just wasn’t aware of it until I hit my late 30’s.
I definitely feel that I am beyond human. I know in my heart that I am God/Goddess/Spirit, a small part of the greater Consciousness that pervades the entire Universe, a microcosm. If you’re into Star Wars, then you would call it The Force.
Regardless, you’re still curious. So here is a short bio of my human identity:
My name is Pia. I am an artist, graphic/web designer/developer, marketer living & working in Los Angeles, CA. I work in the adult entertainment industry (my 9 to 5) doing a combination of those things; I’m sort of a ‘jack of all trades, master of none’ kind of person. When I am not working, I am pondering the nature of the universe or creating through art, design, writing and sharing it on this blog of mine. I am always learning something new and so I am always editing this About page.
I have many interests. Here are some of the subjects that interest me the most: minerals – crystals and stones, energy work, magic/magick, meditation, occultism, psychology, self development, self help, tarot, esoteric, metaphysical, mystical and spiritual subjects.
As of August 13, 2017 – I am Level I certified in Usui Shiki Ryoho method of Reiki Healing.
I’ve also discovered along the way that I’m also interested in marketing, social media, web design/development, small business development, making money online; these are all part of what I do at my job so it only makes sense to apply these things to my personal life as well.
This blog revolves around my personal experience with these subjects. I only represent my thoughts here, and if I am sharing someone else’s work I do my best to credit the source.
A few of my friends still know me as SHERM, from my days as a graffiti artist. I had an old website that I put back up recently to serve as an archive of my past work at shermgrafik.com
Why did I name the site “Save the Savages”? The title came from an old painting I did, here.
If you like the visual and written content on this blog and are in need of graphic design, web design/development, social media marketing help, contact me.