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I was one of the actors in the show Mimzy’s Playhouse (a Burlesque style dance/theatre production) this past Wednesday. These were the only pictures I could find so far. It was an amazing show. Being part of something like this reminds me how special ART truly is. 

Put up the Christmas tree! Featuring the tastiest decoration ever :)

with my amazinggg lil sis <3

with my amazinggg lil sis <3

Had two great shows this week! The first night was all-acoustic while the second night was the sweatiest time of my life. Success!

My 4th-of-July-firework-face. I&#8217;m a little late on the post, but it&#8217;s never the wrong time to admire diamonds in the sky.

My 4th-of-July-firework-face. I’m a little late on the post, but it’s never the wrong time to admire diamonds in the sky.

My version of “Unthinkable” was used by a solo dancer on last week’s episode of ‘So You Think You Can Dance! The dancer, Miranda created such a beautiful routine. I only wish it was longer! xo

Honda asked me to write a song to be used as an example for their campaign, “The Sounds of Civic.” I wanted to write something that had a rock-out-with-the-windows-down because for me, driving is empowering! It’s a form of transportation but also a form of therapy.

"Driving for Freedom" is about wanting a change in your life and MAKING it! What kind of music do you drive to?

Performing for Miami&#8217;s Chamber of Commerce! Can I please call attention to the stank-face coming from the bass section of the band?! haha yes.

Performing for Miami’s Chamber of Commerce! Can I please call attention to the stank-face coming from the bass section of the band?! haha yes.

I recently attended an event called “God Loves Poetry” - a project that has creatively manipulated extreme statements of hatred into positive poems.

These “black-out poems” were displayed on the walls along with space for others, as full-articles were printed for everyone to create their own. This idea reminded me how important it is for us to “black-out” all the negative things we come across everyday. The things we can’t black-out, we should try to find the very best in!

My blackout poem: ‘You have grace & with your every breath, don’t forget the voice of God’

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Read more about the God Loves Poetry project HERE

I was one of the actors in the show Mimzy’s Playhouse (a Burlesque style dance/theatre production) this past Wednesday. These were the only pictures I could find so far. It was an amazing show. Being part of something like this reminds me how special ART truly is. 

Put up the Christmas tree! Featuring the tastiest decoration ever :)

with my amazinggg lil sis &lt;3

with my amazinggg lil sis <3

Had two great shows this week! The first night was all-acoustic while the second night was the sweatiest time of my life. Success!

My 4th-of-July-firework-face. I&#8217;m a little late on the post, but it&#8217;s never the wrong time to admire diamonds in the sky.

My 4th-of-July-firework-face. I’m a little late on the post, but it’s never the wrong time to admire diamonds in the sky.

My version of “Unthinkable” was used by a solo dancer on last week’s episode of ‘So You Think You Can Dance! The dancer, Miranda created such a beautiful routine. I only wish it was longer! xo

Honda asked me to write a song to be used as an example for their campaign, “The Sounds of Civic.” I wanted to write something that had a rock-out-with-the-windows-down because for me, driving is empowering! It’s a form of transportation but also a form of therapy.

"Driving for Freedom" is about wanting a change in your life and MAKING it! What kind of music do you drive to?

Performing for Miami&#8217;s Chamber of Commerce! Can I please call attention to the stank-face coming from the bass section of the band?! haha yes.

Performing for Miami’s Chamber of Commerce! Can I please call attention to the stank-face coming from the bass section of the band?! haha yes.

I recently attended an event called “God Loves Poetry” - a project that has creatively manipulated extreme statements of hatred into positive poems.

These “black-out poems” were displayed on the walls along with space for others, as full-articles were printed for everyone to create their own. This idea reminded me how important it is for us to “black-out” all the negative things we come across everyday. The things we can’t black-out, we should try to find the very best in!

My blackout poem: ‘You have grace & with your every breath, don’t forget the voice of God’

_________________ _________________

Read more about the God Loves Poetry project HERE

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