This week my words got featured in an article with Instinct Culture with Jules Lavallee.
Check out the full article here.
"I love that working as a Performer requires me to work on myself and grow as a person. Acting requires a certain self-awareness and makes me notice how interactions, relationships, and circumstances shape human behavior. I also love that the act of seeing a good film or experiencing theatre helps others to develop empathy and compassion. By watching someone else’s story reflected on screen, we start to imagine what it’s like to be them. I love that Artists get to help our world reflect on themselves, and reevaluate prejudices and preconceived ideas about what it’s like to be in someone else’s shoes.” “Apart from all that, it’s a blast. It’s the most exhilarating and exciting work I’ve ever done. Every day I get to go to an audition, or perform, or rehearse, I’m thankful. I’m thankful that I get to spend my life collaborating and creating something that wasn’t there before, doing something that makes me so remarkably happy.”