Tom Working has been freelancing in design for... a while. He's lived in Sacramento since 2002, serving people with high
blood pressure their miscellaneous digital copies and printing, and working
freelance as opportunities arise.
Rewind a couple years back and life finds Tom living and sometimes working in San Francisco. There he lived in the lap of
poverty with a crazed writer and harassed local famous webloggers
just as the Dotcom bubble burst. In between bouts of employment, he watched a lot of Dario Argento films and movies of
dubious value, like "Thall Shalt Not Kill... Except."
Prior to that, Tom attended Santa Barbara City College and Sac State.
Tom Working was not always a Californian and surprisingly, not always an adult. He was much shorter once.
Tom grew up in the soggy Pacific Northwest milltown of Longview Washington,
a place so small that it was over-shadowed by nearby Kelso, a veritable truckstop with an indigenous peoples'
museum. Longview's big claim to fame was the public library's Nutty Narrows squirrel bridge, a ridiculous structure
that local rodent life were more apt to gnaw at than actually use.