I'm a writer, digital producer, and traveler from California currently living and working in New York City. I joined the lovely hardworking team at CreativeMornings HQ as their Global Creative Analyst in September 2016. Waving from Brooklyn! 👋
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
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.
Benjamin Brindise On Being Understood
Antonio García Empathy
Rachael Chong Catchafire
Amy Sherald Amy Sherald - Empathy
But how is it fair that within these walls, I treat you as an equal, and when you get out, I treat you as a mistake.
Tony Styxx The Earliest Rap Performance