Peter Otte is a Web Developer, Designer, and Tenor
Peter Otte's Bio:
Peter Otte's Experience:
Mens Chorus at Opera Santa BarbaraMarch 2013 - Present | Santa Barbara, CA
Aida, March 2013 Tosca, November 2013 Falstaff, March 2014
Account Executive at Ayzenberg Group1997 - 2000
Managed packaging and advertising accounts in the videogame industry. Assisted with art direction for major clients such as 3DO and Sony 989 Studios.
Editor at CurtCo MediaFebruary 1989 - September 1993
Mobile Office Magazine (Senior Editor), Portable Computing (Editor-in-Chief)
Owner at Peter Otte ProductionsJanuary 2000
Branding, Graphic Design, Web Design, Logo Design, Packaging Design, Advertising, Collateral, and Copywriting.
Peter Otte's Education:
Claremont McKenna College1981 – 1985B.A.Concentration: LiteratureActivities: Concert Choir
La Canada High School1978 – 1981
Peter Otte's Interests & Activities:
When I graduated from college I wanted to write the great American novel. Most thought I was crazy. And they were right. I'm a terrible novelist. It took me decades to realize that, but along the way I discovered some interesting things. First, I'm pretty good with computers. Put me in front of one and my mind turns into a laser beam of concentration. I don't think I decided to become a web developer. I think it was fate. Secondly, while I'm a terrible novelist, I did learn a thing or two about how to construct a sentence. And I love word games. Every day you can spot me at Green Star Coffee on lunch break playing Whirly Word on my iPhone. Music is important and I've worked hard at it. I appear on a regular basis with Opera Santa Barbara's Men's Chorus. I grew up with rock and roll. I always thought Queen was cool. So maybe that explains this sort of discovery. But you know, it's opera. You either love it or respect it. Yeah, there's skiing. I don't really have much to say about it except that it's fun to do with the muffins. Alpine, not snowboarding. Old-fashioned that way. And then there's gardening. I like pruning and bringing plants back to life. A little watering, some soil nutrients, and little conversation. I also installed a hummingbird feeder and a regular bird feeder.