To me, the definition of being lost is constantly being suffocated by uncertainty in many aspects of my life – be it work, my love life, or my academics and future career. This suffocation is what has ultimately lead to my greatest fear: a phobia of failure. I can’t help but fear that by NOT … More Being Lost In Your Twenties
A piece I filmed about the Good Shepherd Center. I have spent a year volunteering at the shelter and thought it would be a great way to highlight the wonderful things the shelter does.
This is a poem I had written a couple years ago. It was published and printed in about 500 books. When I presented the poem, I had slow music playing in the background and the words flowed with the beat. This poem fuelled me to dedicate 4 years working with the Free The Children organization. Where … More Bottled Up
As corporate chain restaurants monopolies the city, family owned diners struggle to stand their ground. The competition is tough and many family run restaurants have been forced to throw in the towel and pack up their things. However among the corporate monsters, hovers a small … More A Diner with a History
Recently I have moved away from mainstream music and indulged in the world of indie/alternative music. I am not sure when I made the switch. Possibly my countless hours spent at Starbucks resulted in me being brainwashed by their playlist. Although, I am partly convinced the Itunes store and Songza were very influential, ultimately causing … More Music Fall 2012 – Indie/Alternative