A writer by nature, a former educator, and currently completing a master's degree in fashion journalism, I am a passionate storyteller who takes the craft of writing and narratively seriously. That aside my hobbies include a love for anime, being an avid reader, and trying out new recipes - especially Chinese, Japanese, and Korean dishes. I love to learn and I am always following current worldwide and local news. It is my hope to, someday, find my niche and place in the demanding world of writing.
How does one measure success or greatness? Is it by our job titles, the amounts in our bank accounts? Is it based on fame and notoriety? Perhaps, it is based on the number of degrees behind our names? Maybe it is all of these things… maybe it is none of those things.
Or perhaps, success can be measured by what we do for others – through acts of charity, more than what we have accomplished for ourselves. Read More »
One of the benefits to attending an art school is that you are thrown in the pathway of fellow creatives, just like yourself, looking to share their forms of expression, their vision, and their perspectives with the world. It is a place where active, artful minds can cultivate and hone their skills and, hopefully, come out with something or the start of something wonderful! Such as, for example, a podcast.Read More »
When it comes to social media, it seems as though there is no end to the number of new people, new trends, or new accounts to follow. Social media is a fast-paced, non-stop online world, and keeping up can seem nearly impossible. What’s more, often times you aren’t sure who or what to follow next. That is, of course, a personal choice, but it never hurts to look at a few suggestions, right?
With that in mind, here is a list of seven positive, inspiring, and fun social media accounts to add to your timeline or newsfeed. (Listed in no particular order…)Read More »
The tech industry has a race problem. There, we’ve gotten to the point rather quickly and it is not a secret. There have been multiple studies, articles, and discussions about race and the technological industry, particularly diversity and representation of minority groups or lack thereof.Read More »
There is something powerful about the written word, wouldn’t you agree?
When pen is put to paper – when ebony ink or cerulean blue curves take shape on those measured lines, there is something powerful in that creation. Writing has the ability to manifest your thoughts into reality. It has the ability to take a notion and give it some concrete form. Often writing down your ideas, your scribbles, and seemingly senseless ramblings is the first step to creating something grander than you may have imagined. Read More »