Most people, especially guys, will take one look at me and never guess that I’m a super uber geek! Since I was a little girl I’ve been collecting comic books, trading cards, and action figures. I also have a beautiful collection of Dragonball Z anime cels . So don’t let my sexy looks fool you because I’m so geeky that “I put the double d in GEEK”!
In 2009 I created my own comic book series The Deciders. I have also written short stories, articles, scripts, and pitches/treatments (which can be viewed here). On top of that, I’m a computer technician, graphics designer, and web designer (all self-taught).
For those of you interested, here is my bio written in third person…
Jocelyn Potter was born in San Antonio, Texas, two minutes after her identical twin sister Crystal. Her great grandmother Hallie Stillwell (1897-1997) was a legendary West Texas pioneer. Raised by a single father with a taste for Star Trek and British comedy, Jocelyn naturally gravitated toward an interest in the world of comics and sci-fi. The interest has remained into adulthood.
In 1998, Crystal returned from a trip to London filled with enthusiasm and the idea to form a unique sketch comedy team with her twin sister. Jocelyn, far shyer than her outgoing sister, yet always the writer, was quickly won over by the idea. The twins produced their own 12-minute sketch comedy reel and traveled back to England to seek their fortune. The life of young, cute twins is typically filled with adventures and this trip was especially magical for the pair. They met many of the leading British comedians of that day and made many lifelong friendships. They received offers from Granada Television and Playboy UK, neither of which came into being due to Visa complications. Returning to the States, they moved to Los Angeles and signed with an adult film company, Sin City. After only a brief few months, they retired from the adult business (for which they are still most famous) forever and concentrated on separate endeavors.
Jocelyn’s continuing love for writing, however, brought her back to one of her first loves: comics