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About Peggi Wolfe

Peggi Wolfe I live in Natchez, MS with a wonderful nutsy dog and 8 cats My beloved husband of almost 25 years, Chris, died in February 2015 of lung cancer that had spread to his brain. I was born and raised in New Orleans, but, like so many others, our home in New Orleans was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005. We had evacuated to Natchez, MS before the storm and when we saw our house had been flooded to the roof, we decided to stay in Natchez. I was working at Tulane University Health Sciences Center when the hurricane struck and I continued to work at Tulane In New Orleans for a little over 3 more years (drove to New Orleans on Monday, spent the week in NO, drove back to Natchez on Friday for the weekend). I have been a research scientist for 35 years, most spent at Tulane. I spent a year and a half in London at St. Bartholomew's Hospital setting up a lab for their Chest Dept in the late 70s.
Now I work at Alcorn State University in MS as a Global Programs Specialist. I get to use some of my digital graphics editing skills, which I love. But I'm no longer in science, which feels a bit strange after all this time. But I love to be able to work more with computers and graphics and soon I will be handling videoconferencing for our department in hopes of expanding global awareness and experiential learning through videoconferencing with universities and organizations around the world.

I have been a photography nut for years and I really got into digital photography. Through digital photography, I learned a bit about digital graphics editing. After tinkering with that for a few years (just for my own enjoyment, mostly), I got into fractals! I had first discovered fractals back in the mid-1990s. I even tried one of the free software programs, but it was an alien interface and I had no idea what I was doing, so I promptly forgot about fractaling until September of 2008. Somehow, I got hooked on them again and downloaded all the free fractal generating software I could find. Well, needless to say, I learned a bit more about how to use the software and I have been fractaling my fool head off ever since.

I hope you enjoy my work. Please stop by and drop me a line (even if you don't like my work). I enjoy meeting new people, particularly those who enjoy fractals as much as I do or who would like to learn a little bit about fractals.


Peggi Wolfe

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