“It’s a special breed of people that work in this industry– for 12-15 hour days. You gotta love it, you gotta have patience”
Month: August 2018
The opening night reception at a downtown art gallery offers attendees an experience that they will not soon forget.
Same, Same But Different
A typical dinner for my German family obviously consists of Schnitzel, potatoes and beer. To spice things up, one day I decided to invite my American boyfriend over when he only knew about 10 German words. The conversation went something like this:
Change is Inevitable, Embrace It!
“These are the best four years of your life”. I always heard that in High school and in College, but I refused to believe it.
Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover
For the first time, I’m opening up about my experience as a transracial adoptee. Follow me as I take you through my personal experiences living in Canada, China and Germany!
Jesse Chan: a young musician’s production story
Jesse Chan is a young producer and DJ who makes music under the name Channels, he recently released “Surrounded” (ft. Kat Kennedy). In this interview, Jesse shares his music production story…
This poem was initially written for a patient of mine; a very talented artist who was terrified to share her gift with the world out of fear of self-exposure and rejection.
Lakim leads inner city students to STEM Field
I love being black and I love being a black engineer – but the issue is bigger than just me. Corporations are not targeting black students for recruitment in the way that they are targeting other demographics. There is indubitably a lack of black engineers at major tech companies. This is why I work as hard as I do to mentor young students and urge them to pursue STEM.
Music is a feeling
A collection of moments bundled neatly into pockets of time.
Bound by Choice
We feel so bound, by invisible chains of choice,
Choices to resent and choices to rejoice,
Choices that shape the timeline of our being,
Giving sound to reason and courage a voice.