Saturday, April 28, 2012

Color Blocking in the Rose Garden

It's happening people! I will officially be a graduate of Woodbury University in 7 days! With the help of Pr Photos guru, Curtis Sabir, my friends and I put together a fun and chic graduation shoot in the Museum Row area of downtown Los Angeles.

 Outfit change?!

I will have the official photos up in the next few weeks.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Happy Endings.

A single rose can be my garden... a single friend, my world.

The Grand Bahamas : P-recap

The debate stands strong in court: I may possibly have one of the best mothers in the world! For my graduation present my family took me back to my roots. Spending a week in the Grand Bahamas was more than amazing! The culture and beauty of the Island is something I will never forget. Aside from the fact that I got the worst sunburn and tan, I had a blast! Spending most of my time with natives from the Island, I learned so much about the culture and social stream of the Caribbean society.

 I feel so very blessed and happy to have had such an experience.

Next up: Cuba in 2 1/2 weeks!

Mom: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Monday, April 9, 2012

Audio Push for VLNTV

We had the pleasure of interviewing the legendary 'Jerking' group, Audio Push, this week. They are truly two of the sweetest men I have ever met! Their mix tape and video will be out soon!

The best part of me ..will always be you.

I grew up with a mother 

who taught me to

believe in me.

Invisible Me.

I was 12 years old when I started volunteering at homeless shelters and non-profit facilities. My innate passion to help my community increased when I decided to be apart of the Darfur in Los Angeles organization, which aimed to promote awareness and stop the genocide in Darfur, Africa. 

It is no surprise of the effect the Stop Kony initiative had on me and many of the organizations I have worked with. Despite the political and financial opposition the organization has been receiving this year, the root of the problem remains- children are being killed, kidnapped and misplaced.

If this is not enough knowledge to prompt us to make a change then..I don't know what will.

The Invisible Children Cover the Night event is quickly approaching. We received our kits & bracelets today to help us finally make Joseph Kony known but more importantly spread light on the innocent that are suffering everyday.

World peace starts with one small step.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Forever Young.

"...Painted faces fill the places we can't reach. You know that..we could use somebody"

Road trip:

Palm Springs recap