👋 Hello from Brooklyn! My name is Emerline. I'm a writer & digital producer from California now living in New York City. I joined the lovely hardworking CreativeMornings team as Global Creative Analyst in September 2016.
Telling animate little stories & episodes. Brainstorming. New Ideas. Connecting the dots.
Becoming more flexible! (At least I can touch my toes?)
"One day at a time."
Anyone that's carved their own path and continue to be the artists of their daily work/lives through the change they instill.
Changing into an entirely different outfit at lightning speed.
Korean hip-hop indie magazine editor (X) & coffee shop owner.
Weird & funny memories. How a person made me feel in a short period of time.
Emerline’s CreativeMornings activity
Zakiya Harris Be your own Superhero
My-Linh Le The Mystery of the Snowflake
Nicole Tung Photography and War
"You don't permission from anybody. You need permission from yourself."
How to make hummus
Jonathan Fields Mystery / Mastery
What would happen if we broke down these walls? If we made space for people to be their whole selves, especially at work.
Zoe Scruggs Like a Bell
Stephanie Lorenzo Project Futures
Neal Sales-Griffin Crossing Over
Tajai Inclusive is the Word
Anthony Lucero The Ups & Downs of Making East Side Sushi
Jeff Hamada booooooom.com
Carson Ting Rebel
Martin Jackson The Importance of Ink
Create your own normal.
I spent two years writing poems that were the opposite of transparency. I wanted so badly to tell somebody something that would uplift them or make them feel good or make them feel better or inspire them in some way, and all I was doing was being a phony.
No one else can tell my story the way that I can.
The reason I opened with that poem was because that was the first time, as a writer, that I was being honest. It was the first time that I actually felt myself come out of a poem.
Transparency is being seen through; it's also being understood. If you can create a pane of glass that people can cast a light through and there are no shadows, that's transparency.