The story which you’re about to read was inspired by a little friendly competition at a dinner party. It’s completely fictional, but the history is roughly accurate to the events of fall 1936 and the genesis of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, with appropriate credit due to Raymond Chandler who gave LA its literary voice.
Gia had a blast writing and shooting these quirky little sketches with the Scirens for Everyday Science TV.
Gia interviewed Dr. Kevin Grazier for a Talk at Google in LA and got a taste of what it’s like to disappear into the matrix…
Gia is thrilled to be featured in Marjorie Salvaterra’s new collection of fine art photography, HER.
Catch Gia on LOPEZ on April 6 at 10PM only on TV Land!
Gia enjoyed speaking with David Blue and Mike Sobola on their podcasts this month.
Thanks to Malibu Surfside News for this lovely review of February’s performance.
Gia was honored to perform with Caltech physicist John Preskill to celebrating the quantum future.
Shakespeare famously wrote, All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players. Little did he know that for the next 300 years, physicists would view the universe in a similar way. “[Classical] physics was like a play,” says theoretical physicist (and my good friend) Sean Carroll. There was a stage, and there were […]