I studied multimedia production and architecture in college but started wanting to work in television. Then photography. Then graphic design. Then, very briefly, engineering. Needless to say, I developed a pretty broad base of workable knowledge in many diverse disciplines.
Day to day I work on as a designer, at least that's what everyone else calls what I do, but I'm not just making pretty graphics. When asked about how I fill my day, I usually say I'm working on making something better.
I do the following things: