All the cool things in my New York City…

Today is my last day in New York. We are on month four of 2015 and this adventure is coming to a close. I am so grateful to have had this experience and to have met all the people I have in this city. As it is my last day I thought it would be…

The Good (and the occasional bad)…

Sitting here three months into 2015 I cant believe how much things have changed, within me. I remember sitting writing my first blog post in a Starbucks on 23rd Street. I remember how I felt, sitting there quite intimidated by the city and also somewhat intimidated by the prospect of being who I am in…

Just the answers…

I would like to start off by saying that I in fact stole this idea from Mara Wilsons Blog because I enjoyed reading it so much, so full credit goes to her. Today I am going to answer 50 questions from my younger self without telling you the questions. This goes hand in hand with…

The Stagey One…

This blog comes to you after I spent 10 minutes today talking to the Broadway legend ‘Baayork Lee’. Let me back up and start from the beginning. At the start of February I decided to join a community chorus that NAAP (National Asian Artist Projects) were running of the wonderful Robert Gruseki and Anya Turner’s…

I just keep growing… 

First off, we all know I am not talking about my size as I have been this ‘shortarse’ height since I was 13. Yesterday I decided to look over my 2014 – this being photos, social media posts and journal entries. Needless to say this made me quite emotional. The following is how I sum up…

I was here a year ago…

Waking up to my Facebook feed buzzing with exciting posts from AMTAites on there way to New York definitely takes me back to a year ago when I made the same trip with all those wonderful people. I would never have imagined that a year later I would be sat here a month and a…

The Answers I Thought I’d Find…

I have just under two months left in this brilliant city and I only now realise that all the answers that I thought I’d find while I was here have eluded me. In fact more questions have been added to the list of never ending soul searching yet to do. This is how I see…

Jack of all trades, Master of none – BULLS**T… 

No single person has just one path or one single interest in life. This is truer for me now than ever. Everything that I am being taught, not only at school but in life, is making me open my mind to all the things that I had only dared to snatch a thought about before…