I'm someone who like to play around with Adobe software in my spare time, and share the end results with others. I run the Team Garcy and Goran Višnjić Archive fansites.
Online, I only use the screen name/handle BattleshipGarcy. I'm only on AO3, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, and YouTube with this screen name, so if you see a BattleshipGarcy outside of those social media platforms, it's not me.
I'm a Scorpio, late November birthday. I consider myself a citizen of the world despite being born in the United States. I spent a large chunk of my youth living overseas in the Middle East (oil, not military). I've had the opportunity to visit other countries with my family, and on school trips to The Netherlands, England, France, Germany, Switzerland, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Bahrain, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia (where I used to live).
I currently live in the United States (midwest), and still hope that one day I'll manage to leave to work/live in France <--- which is something I've wanted to do since I was a kid. And due to my interest in other European languages, I would gladly accept work in almost any other European country.
In living overseas, I developed a lifelong love of visiting other countries, learning about different cultures, and acquiring other languages. But my love of learning foreign languages actually started a couple years before I stepped foot outside the USA. I was nine years old and read a Sweet Valley Twins book, "Mademoiselle Jessica," and in that book some French language was used, and it piqued my interest so much that I asked my school if I could take a French class (I couldn't, it wasn't offered in elementary school), so... I had my mom take me to a bookstore where I bought two teach-yourself French language books, and I began teaching it to myself. I wasn't able to take formal classes for another three years.
Since taking up French, I've also studied - to varying levels - Arabic, German, Spanish, Russian, Italian, Croatian, Portuguese, Romanian, and Mandarin Chinese. And sometime in the near future I intend to start learning Middle Egyptian (hieroglyphs), Greek, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Dutch, Polish, and Finnish. Basically, if you tell me about a language - and I haven't studied it yet - I'm going to be interested in learning at least its basics. I have a language collecting problem <--- although, I don't see it as a problem. It's fun.