August 17, 2020.Reading time 8 minutes.
As you may have gathered, I’m a very sensory person. Look, touch, feel, taste and sound affect me on another level. It’s something that comes from many parts of who I am. Grounding my senses by focusing on each of them has become a huge part of what keeps me bright in times of darkness. Today’s post is about creating that light both physically and mentally.
August 8, 2020.Reading time 4 minutes.
These past few months have taken some getting used to. I know, understatement much. Everyone is finding ways to cope and adapt. Depending on where your head was at in time “pre-pandemic” you may be finding it hard to unwind. I’ve taken various methods to heart. From scheduling my days to finding ways to reconnect […]
April 11, 2019.Reading time 7 minutes.
Over the past couple years, I have been humbled to be in a position to be asked for guidance on various projects. From how to build a pitch deck to giving crew referrals- I’ve taken joy in being able to help where I can. This has a lot to do with my own projects and […]
March 6, 2019.Reading time 7 minutes.
One of the most difficult parts of growing up is the idea that the world gets more and more boring. As an artist I see casualties of mediocrity all the time. These people did nothing “wrong” and I personally think that’s the problem. Following a specific path and being goal oriented isn’t bad but it […]
February 24, 2019.Reading time 10 minutes.
Something I get asked more often than not is, “What made you want to be an actress?” Usually it’s framed around the question of my longevity in this mission or what event led me to become a performer or even what film really did it for me. I struggle with answering this question because as […]
February 18, 2019.Reading time 9 minutes.
This week I wanted to talk about a bit of how I’ve trained my “hustle muscle”. How my side gigs have informed my dream gigs. When I first moved to NYC, I had no specific desires for my career but I needed to survive. Besides finding a roommate online (I quickly learned how wrong that […]