Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirrors Exhibit at The Broad

In September, I was fortunate enough to buy Yayoi Kusama tickets for her installations at The Broad. I waited patiently and eagerly for months for her tickets to finally be released. Of course, when the day finally rolled around, I nearly forgot and almost missed my chance to purchase tickets! Luckily, I remembered before it … More Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirrors Exhibit at The Broad

The Power of Change & Manifesting Greatness Lies in Your Own Hands

Hello everyone! I’ve had a very busy and productive summer. It’s been so much fun and I am so grateful for all the memories with friends, and just for life in general. I am here today to remind everyone that no matter how tough life gets, it’s so important NOT to let it drag us … More The Power of Change & Manifesting Greatness Lies in Your Own Hands

Dreamy Summer Feels

It’s my blog’s first post for July, and what better way to start it off than with dreamy summer vibes? I had lots of fun shooting tons of photos for some people and friends this month so far! I honestly forgot how much I missed portrait photography. And I always love using natural light. I’ve … More Dreamy Summer Feels

The Moment I Fell in Love with Trainspotting: Film & Book Review

It’s New Year’s Eve, 2007. I’m nineteen and I’m at a block party one of my new female friend’s invited me to. More than a few months prior I had just gotten dumped by my first boyfriend. I took it extremely hard and had finally just somewhat started to recover. I wasn’t normally used to … More The Moment I Fell in Love with Trainspotting: Film & Book Review

The Unhealthy Obsession with Call-Out Culture

  I refuse to let the world and negative experiences and people turn me into sour milk. People have many moods, it’s true. I know I do. But people that are consistently angry or hostile 24/7—especially on social media—turn me off and make me uncomfortable, because it’s just a lot of aggressive and negative energy … More The Unhealthy Obsession with Call-Out Culture

Late Bloomer

  Mother’s day has passed, and my birthday is less than a few days away. This past month I have had a lot on my mind. I can’t help but reflect on how much I have grown and accomplished after all these years. I have always joked that I’m a late bloomer, and it’s true. Certain … More Late Bloomer

The White Savior Narrative: How Pepsi Got it All Wrong

The Internet and Twitter has been abuzz with the latest release of the new Pepsi commercial, featuring Kendall Jenner. Many people, including myself, are not happy or impressed. There are SO MANY things that are wrong with this two minute and forty second ad, I don’t even know where to begin. First of all, why would … More The White Savior Narrative: How Pepsi Got it All Wrong