No Sugar Coats

It’s been almost five months since I’ve had the courage to sit here and write. My last update was supposedly an epiphany that was going to rock my world and change the game. Let me be frank: it changed nothing. After publishing my last post, I went on to work on my first big project. […]

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An Authentic Thought Process

I’ve hit a wall. Honestly, I’ve been hitting this exact same wall over and over again for months now. Don’t get me wrong—what started as unexpectedly running into this wall has turned into  judo-chopping, karate-kicking, and occasionally running full-speed at it—but it’s the same stone wall every single time. It doesn’t matter how many different […]

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As the Dust Settles

Hectic. Transitioning is hectic. It isn’t just the fact that I uprooted from my home away from home in Columbus and shuffled back into the hustle and bustle of life with my parents. It’s not simply because I miss my life-long dance partners from my graduating class more than life itself. The weight doesn’t fall […]

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To: Class of 2017

A mere nineteen days ago thousands of Buckeyes donned their graduation gowns and their fanciest caps to grab their degrees. To be honest, when I sat down I thought it’d been at least a month. Post-grad is weird. Personally, I’m not having the easiest time processing this transition just yet. I’m still in my “Netflix […]

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Honesty Hour: My Senior Project

Let’s get candid about my senior project. Over the course of the past five or so months, I’ve been asked to talk to numerous people about my senior project. Groups of people ranging from auditionees to faculty have heard me talk about the work I aim to create, why I’m creating the work, and how […]

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7 of 8: the return to 1

Seven out of eight semesters completed — 2016 coming to a close — means time to reflect. I am halfway finished with my final year of undergrad. It was a hurricane, tornado, whirlwind to say the least. It was the same ol’ juggling trick college has always been with looming future in my rearview mirror and a […]

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