Indie Series Award Win

The day started out a winner because I got to spend it with my best friend Emily Oliver. We’re both so busy, it is special when we get to have a girl’s day together. Oh, and did I mention she is a celebrity makeup artist? She is. We had a great time getting ready and she worked her magic on my face. Then we met the Wrecked crew for the best pre-ceremony meal: Pizza!

I started the show backstage because fellow Washingtonian, Jonathan Holbrook, and I introduced the clips for our respective web series. I was nervous, but we made it across the stage without me JLawing (yes that is a verb). We quickly sat down after our clips and then something crazy happened.

I won an award.

I was seriously not expecting it. At. All.

There were so many wonderful performances in my category (Jessica DiGiovanni for 25, Swati Kapila for Bloomers, Darcie Siciliano for He’s With Me, Deidre Hall for Dating in the Middle Ages, and Katie Gill for My Synthesized Life). At first I thought they called someone else’s name. Then I realized they called my name and got really confused. Did they make a mistake? Emily was sitting next to me and grabbed my purse and practically pushed me out of my seat.  I have never won or been nominated for my work for anything, and here I was winning and ISA! I was pleased with my performance as Maggie and proud of Wrecked, so it was a sweet sweet surprise. As I accepted the award I thanked everyone in attendance for creating their own opportunities and telling stories without waiting for permission to do so.

The rest of the evening was like I was in a dream and the after party was amazing. How was it amazing you ask? There were cupcakes. Delicious, chocolatey, plentiful cupcakes. You know I have a chocolate problem so that was my first stop. Oh and I also got to meet some amazing people. But really. Those cupcakes were unreal.

Presenting with Jonathan Holbrook

Presenting with Jonathan Holbrook

Em's toolbox

Em’s toolbox

Waiting to walk the carpet!

Waiting to walk the carpet!

Doing the press line

Doing the press line

Post win

Post win

Besties

Besties

I am still checking the award to see if my name is really on it (it always seems to be), and it is fun seeing all of the photos from the evening. I have to say, the fine folks at the ISAs know how to do it up right. From the press line to the after party, everything was organized and flowed smoothly. Everyone looked amazing in their red carpet best and it was inspiring to see the leaders in web programming being recognized.

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