Crew Spotlight – Josue Habana and Skylar Smythe

In Art in Virtual Worlds, Original Theatre, Oxymoronic Fusion, Uncategorized, Virtual World on March 7, 2010 by lailuloon Tagged: ,

Josue Habana & Skylar Smythe provide media and communication support to the 2010 production of "Oxymoronic Fusion"

Skylar Smythe is a writer by virtue and contributes to a growing collection of “chick lit” poetry with over 250 original pieces of poetry on her website:  The Toronto Canada native also wrote and co-produced/directed a five act play in 2009 titled “Hypatia of Alexandria” with friend and creative partner, Josue Habana.  For the preview trailer of the virtual theater production  “Hypatia of Alexandria” please click here.

Skylar joined the virtual world of Second Life in 2007 and became a recognized performer in the spoken world community there.   In 2009 she assisted Da Vinci Isle in a poetry auction which raised $500 USD for the childrens charity “WarChild International”.   Click here for more information about the event and charity.

Her multi-media talents lend her to contribute as the “Editor in Chief” of “The Metaverse Tribune” a popular source for news on all virtual worlds, gaming and emerging technologies.

Josue Habana is a talented writer, entrepeneur and Media Manager/SEO Master from the United Kingdom.   Josue produces content for a popular Second Life Parody website called “Pixel Scoop“.   Josue is an active enthusiast of the Spoken Word online and offline, and shares his poignant slam poetry at “The Lyrical Cafe” an indie venue and growing literary community in Second Life™.

Skylar and Josue share a passion for promoting creativity and collaboration in Virtual Worlds and co-founded and maintain an Arts Review and Forum called “Avatar Writes”.


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