1. What is something not too many people know about you?
Something that a lot of people don’t know about me is that I produced an album with my dad at the age of 19 and I have been producing, recording, and mastering all of my own music since then. Everything that I’ve released has been me from the concept to the creation to hitting your ears.
2. What are your biggest passions?
My biggest passion is self-expression in all aspects of my life. I love fashion and the individuality and uniqueness of being able to put together an outfit that others might not think to wear. I love music and the freedom it gives me to explore different sounds and rhythms. It allows the freedom to create a mood and control a room. I love graphic design and the way it creates this graphic language that reinforces the specific goals or aspirations of the client. Most importantly, in all of my hobbies, I like the ability to express myself and think creatively about what I want to accomplish.
3. What are your goals for the future?
I have two current short term goals that my sights are set on. One is to continue building my graphic design portfolio to attract a wider audience and show my value. The other is to book more live shows to perform my music and continue to improve and evolve my live performances. My long term goal is to graduate school with a degree in graphic design and open up a creative agency in a cool city where I can continue to live a creative life with the girl of my dreams.
4. What is your definition of success?
My definition of success is not based on annual income or how many likes I get on social media or anything like that. My definition of success is way simpler. My version of success only involves the happiness of myself and those I love. As long as I’m having a good time with my family and friends then I feel like I’m succeeding.
5. Tell us something about the projects you're working on.
I’m currently working on releasing new music with accompanying visuals and booking more shows to perform those songs to a live audience. I’m also working on getting more clients to do design work for and continue adding to my portfolio and resume. All of this is an ever-growing process and it doesn’t really stop. I love it, though. There’s nothing I love more than being able to be creative for a living and for it to be beneficial for somebody else. I live for it.
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