I randomly stumbled across the SCP Wiki during normal browsing (someone linked to 176) and got hooked. I've always enjoyed clinical reports of anomalous events and, after reading and re-reading the site for months (causing myself insomnia a few times) I finally muscled up the courage to apply, and here I am! I've been lurking, and will continue to do so in hopes that I can fall into as few newebie traps as possible and manage to help out here and there in a positive way. I'm up to commenting on and hopefully constructively criticizing work, so I hope that I can at least make someone's day or story more complete.
I'm a Visual Effects artist working in LA, and moving through the series, I've felt that there are a number of occasions where some of my compositing skills might serve to heighten the mood of an article or two. I guess if you want to see my work, PM me and we'll talk, but in general I'd like to help flesh out this intriguing and terrifying universe further.
I've also got some ideas for SCPs I'd like to write, but they're going through a lot of revision and re-reading the dos and don'ts of the site at the moment and hopefully will come together in an interesting manner.
As for the site's content, I'd like to work (writing wise) on the idea that while many objects need to be contained and may be dangerous, the entirety of reality seems to be pumping out SCPs, so it'd be fair to assume that only a select few have anything to do with us. After all, if the worst it can do to you is intentionally rip you limb from limb, it has an ending. An object that is so indifferent to human life that its very nature simply wipes you from ever having existed is a story without a beginning even.