Annie Tsai makes videos, posts musings to her website, and uses way too many exclamation marks. Originally from Los Angeles, Annie now calls New York City home, where she works as a Producer Relations Associate for blip.tv.
Last summer, she interned for Next New Networks, an independent producer of several niche online television networks, working as a production assistant for several amazing shows. Annie has also worked as a correspondent and production assistant for EPIC FU (a Webby and Streamy Award winning original web series about art, tech, and music), where she hosted fun segments and produced behind the scenes videoblogs. She updates her blog, Twitter, and Flickr quite frequently.
Annie built her first website in the 6th grade with self-taught HTML skills. Several years later, “Annieisms” debuted as a blog, reincarnating in 2005 with the addition of video. In 2006, Tellabs recognized Annie as one of the fresh faces of the new media generation, making her a part of their ‘Inspire the New Life’ campaign of mini-documentaries. Most recently, Annie spoke about new media at the ITASA 2010 East Coast Conference at MIT Boston, and graduated with a degree in Communication from the University of California at San Diego.
Annie’s hobbies include knitting, eating colossal amounts of food, and various dorky things. Her favorite video games include Super Mario Galaxy and Loco Roco, but Tetris will always be her first love. Annie has also been known to: 1) write awkwardly about herself in the third person on ‘about pages’… and 2) point out the obvious. Feel free to get in touch, she really likes email! :)
Last updated October 26th, 2010.