Monday, August 13, 2007

Introducing Lilledeshan Bose

Lilledeshan Bose was born on 1977. She is the daughter of artist Santiago Bose. She graduated cum laude at the University of the Philippines Diliman with a degree in BA English, Major in Creative Writing. She started her journalism career at travel magazine Go! in 1999 as the assistant editor. She was the feaures editor of Seventeen Magazine Philippines in 2001. In 2004, she was assistant editor at Law Office Computing Magazine. From 2004-2006, she was the assistant features editor at The Press-Enterprise -the biggest newspaper in the Inland Empire, California. In 2002, she wrote "Una and Miguel: A Long Shot at Love." She also contributed to the following magazines:
    Dining Out Magazine
    Legal Assistant Today
    Flavor Online
    SeAir Magazine
    Asian Diver Magazine
    AsiaWeek Magazine
    Cosmopolitan Magazine Phils.
    FHM Magazine Phils.
    Philippine Daily Inquirer and
    Stuff Magazine

She is currently living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She works at MKE (Milwaukee's under-35 tabloid published by The Journal-Sentinel) as a reporter. In 2004, Bose wrote and co-produced "My Break-ups into a Million Pieces", a film about death, immigration and relationships. It screened at the 2005 Vancouver Asian Film Festival, the 2006 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival and the 2006 Los Angeles Asia Pacific Film & Video Festival. From 2003 to 2005, she was the lead singer for the Orange County rock band The Velvet Ash. In the late 90's, she was part of the performance quartet GaTula.

Helpful links:
Lilledeshan Bose's website
her Myspace
Lilledeshan on Wikipedia

-Kat Recto-