1. What is something not too many people know about you?
Behind that resting "bitch face" is a childlike heart who loves to tell stories unless it's work time then it’s there to stay... ha ha!
2. What are your biggest passions?
I love creating in general mostly art. As an aspiring media producer (I haven't settled yet on which medium ) I am always on the move thinking of new ideas or how I can make my work better which explains the "bitch face".
Apart from working in broadcast, film and radio production I also draw as a hobby.
I am also a humanitarian. I always think to myself, just because we we're born in a shitty world doesn't mean we should wake up every day living like it.
If what I do ends ups making a difference in people’s lives or rather in the world, no matter how small, I'll be glad.
3. What are your goals for the future?
Being a better version of me in terms of what I do.
Being part of a great film production.
Open an art gallery which is affordable to young artist from less fortunate backgrounds.
Work with Issa Rae , ha-ha, she is a producer that i can easily relate to. She is awesome!
4. What is your definition of success?
When you finally can step out of the “rat race", all the storms settled and you enjoy simple pleasures with family without worries.
5. Tell us something about the projects you're working on.
I currently produce a Saturday youth show on a local community radio. I always strive to connect and inspire the youth to do better and never give up on their dreams. I want to extend this to a documentary series for now, No Spoilers! Ha-ha. My motto is always "feel the fear but do it anyway”.
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