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Question #1 introduce yourself?
I’m Whitney Trovinger from a small town in Maryland, USA. I am 18 years old and currently attend St. Mary’s College of Maryland for Computer Science and Art with a possible minor in Film Studies.

What is your daily everyday inspiration?
My inspiration comes from other people’s artwork, video games, and the immense amount of support I get from my followers, friends and family.

What is something you would change about people in the world?
If I could change something about people, I think I would change about how hard it is to be yourself. We are constantly influenced to be like someone else, dress like someone else, even draw like someone else. I think people need to realize they don’t have to be like anyone but themselves.

What is something you’ve struggled with?
I’ve always struggled with self image, who I want to be, what I look like, who I want my friends to be. I still struggle with how I look, how I dress, ext, but I’m slowly learning that it doesn’t matter as long as I am happy with myself.

What is your ultimate goal in life?
My ultimate goal in life is to make myself and my parents financially stable. Alongside that, I want to work with a gaming company to design video games.

What is a innovative plan you would or could do to help change the world?
This is a tough question. I feel like change starts small. But, I feel like in my career plans, I could use video games and artwork to reach and connect to my audience. The artwork could show them messages that would strike home, ultimately causing a domino affect and changing the world one person at a time.

Last question do you feel like us as people can make a difference in the world?
Yes, definitely. Even one small act of kindness can save or change someone. We have no idea what anyone else but ourselves is going through. We can begin to make changes in the world by starting small scale. First our friends, then our community, from there it just grows

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