April Sixteenth two thousand fifteen

Recon: Jennifer Sharpe

In our ongoing series “recon”, CMYK will profile an agent that works with us – give them a chance to sound off about what they love (and slightly dislike) about the world of CMYK.

This month we are profiling Jennifer Sharpe.  Our first official agent outside of the “C-M-Y-K” founders, Jenn has been around with us for a while.  She’s seen a lot of projects, handled a lot of productions, and drank a lot of tea. Recently, she handles all video content and production.

State your name, place of origin, and favorite Whole Foods hot bar item.

Jennifer K. Sharpe, Belleville Ontario CANADA, Mac&Cheese

 

In order to verify you aren’t a computer, please answer the following Turing test questions:

What do you think of nuclear weapons?

Nuclear Weapons are destructive. They could annihilate us all, or most of us so that our existence resembles something from Children of Men.

Do you like dancing?

Love to dance, when my knee doesn’t give out.

What do you think of Roald Dahl?

I grew up reading him.  Fantastic Mr. Fox is where it’s at!

Are you a computer?

No. Sometimes I’m allergic to computers.

 

What do you do at CMYK?

Good question. I call my self a Project Director.  But really I produce video content.

 

What do you not do at CMYK?

Design or code.

 

Of all the items in the portfolio you worked on, which one did you fight with Chris on the most? Why?

[REDACTED]. Or [REDACTED].

 

What project are you making this year for Summer Fridays, (if you still work at CMYK then)?

Lets hope I’m still around to make some short docs on local makers!

 

Favorite party CMYK has had?

Hurricane Sandy Halloween party (circa 2012?), hands down.  We finally got people to drink the Org~y.

What was the best day of work you had at the office?

Any of the days CMYK is on the road working are the best days. For me nothing has toped the Aspen, Colorado trip.

 

Write a haiku.

[this required a lot of planning and thought so she refused]

 

Write a recipe.

The easiest Peanut Butter Cookies you ever made:
1 cup PB
½ cup sugar
1 egg
Combine. Roll into balls. Flatten the balls with a fork. Put on a baking sheet and bake for 20 mins. Done.

Favorite single minute of the day. No explanation necessary.

8:00PM

Favorite letter.  Three word explanation.

J  – Should be obvious.

If you could have only one BAD word on the dry erase board for the day, what would it be?

QR Code.