Webmistress Diane Shreve is a twenty-three-year-old professional freelance web and graphics designer and social media marketer who resides in Tempe, Arizona.  She also works full time as a quote and bind IFR representative for State Farm.  She graduated as valedictorian from Arizona State University in May of 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Information Technology.  She has been studying and creating web designs as a hobby since she was twelve years old, and professionally since she was sixteen.  While she is quite happy living in the land of the sun, she is planning to one day return to southern California – her birth state.

      Aside from web creations, Diane enjoys writing, drawing, reading, playing games, working out, bowling, archery, going to the movies, going out to eat, spending time with her friends, costuming, performing, and attending concerts and conventions.  Diane frequently catches comedy shows throughout Arizona and California.  Diane is passionate about traveling and has visited eleven states and six European countries (and hopes to travel much more in the future).  She also loves animals (especially ocelots), comedy in general, rib-eye steaks with fries, great music, Disneyland, medieval history, animation, Renaissance festivals, jet-skiing, swimming, and camping.

      A couple of her media and pop culture interests include Monty Python, Futurama, Supernatural, Sherlock Holmes, Family Guy, The Drew Carey Show, classic Disney films, and many, many more things.  She listens to a very wide array of music but is particularly fond of The Beatles, Hellogoodbye, Led Zeppelin, Cascada, Cobra Starship, Yellowcard, Three Dog Night, Steely Dan, The Shins, Queen, Psapp, Owl City, Muse, Metro Station, Jethro Tull, Matthew Good Band, Simon And Garfunkel, Spice Girls, Lou Reed, The Beach Boys, David Bowie, Dirty Vegas, The Foo Fighters, The Fray, Gaelic Storm, Get Set Go, and Jacks’ Mannequin.

      Diane is involved with the internet radio show Outlaw Radio.  She has appeared on the show as a guest multiple times both in person and via the phone.  However, of more important note, Diane is the webmistress and runs their website.

      Diane is a very active member of the Society of Creative Anachronism (SCA).  Diane spends a great deal of her free time participating in SCAdian activites, namely sword-fighting.  Diane dons one hundred pounds of real steel armor and fights the full contact sport of aggressive sword combat against other armored men and women.  But she does more than fight in the SCA – she also participates in archery, illuminating scrolls and manuscripts, playing African style djembe drumming, and studying the medieval world and its fascinating yore.

      Diane has been a fan of Mr. Proops’ for many years.  She started watching “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” when she was very, very young and literally grew up watching the show.  It was her dream to one day see the men and women of ‘Whose Line’ perform live.  To say the least, that dream has come true many times over, as she has been to over eighty various performances involving the ‘Whose Line’ performers throughout the last six years in several places across the USA.  Watching Greg perform live has become her favorite past-time, whether it be improv, stand-up, or a Proopcast.

      Diane appreciates all of Greg’s eclectic works.  Diane has made efforts throughout the years to experience some of his talents in person.  She has attended two live tapings of “True Jackson VP”.  She has been to six Proopcasts, including the very first one.  She has been to four of the old ‘Greg Proops Chat Shows’.  She attended fourteen of the twenty tapings of “Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza”.  She has been at live tapings of his stand-up.  She was at the recording of “Proops Digs In”.  She has been to a vast multitude of “Whose Live Anyway?” and “Improv Allstars” shows, as well as other stand-up shows in a handful of states.  All of her experiences have been very rewarding, and she is eternally grateful for all the joy and laughter that Greg has brought her.  Diane is, and forever will be, very appreciative of the kindness that Mr. Proops has shown her, as well as all he’s done for her, and has tremendous respect for him.