After a year and a half of focusing on my studies and finally acquiring the entrepreneurship visa which now allows me to teach dance in London as a freelancer, I was given an opportunity to teach at EQUINOX again, a luxury gym I’ve been teaching back in NYC but this time in London. I was […]Read More Looking at an injury differently
Remember in the last blog I wrote that I didn’t get to the finals for a pitching competition but applied to another one? Well, I’m pitching this Friday as a semi-finalist for the Mayor’s Entrepreneur Award! So, as a reminder to myself more than anything (lol) just keep going and don’t let the results define […]Read More I’ve proved myself right!
I applied to a pitching competition recently. I was confident as I won an award from the very same competition from the previous year. My online application was marked by judges as the top 20 out of all applications. However, after the preliminary pitch I didn’t make it through to the finals. Did it bother […]Read More Just a Moment in Time
From January 11- 13, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend Artrooms Fair London as an interpreter for talented Japanese Ceramic Artist, Chisato Yasui. Her work was selected to be exhibited at Meliá White House Hotel in Central London. The first day was private view and a vibrant affair with art collectors, gallerists and art […]Read More Artrooms Fair London
This is a personal letter to all my fellow artists out there trying to make a living through their passion and love of their art. And to those who hire artists. Have you heard of a saying where artists need to do free gigs in order to gain exposure? I never have and most likely […]Read More Artists, don’t be afraid to ask for pay
Well, I learned my lesson today. I was at The Business Show UK, the largest business show in Europe with over 1500 businesses and their booths welcoming you into the massive Excel London, which hosts 17 simultaneous talks from 11 am to 5pm across 2days. It was an awesome experience to talk to people from […]Read More How not to take it personally if a client asks for a discount
I came across this wonderful resource provided by Open Culture with a list of 1300 free online courses from top Universities around the world. The subjects range from Political Science, Astronomy, Engineering, AI, Biology, Climate change, Art History, Religion, Mythology, Design Thinking, Business and anything else you’d want to know more about. Check out one […]Read More Free online Courses from top Universities
For those in the creative industry or students studying how you can utilise your creativity, why not enter into competitions to challenge your creative thinking? Here are two sites that you can apply and get some cash to help your next project (or tuition!) Name the ADV – Call for entries (Deadline to enter is in […]Read More Challenge your creative thinking by entering competitions
Cooling down from a hard day’s labor of carrying and stacking cement blocks, I sat looking at a magnificent sunset after playing basketball in a dusty field with my newfound friends. The day had been spent building houses for the people in Bulacao, Philippines with my friends from Eco Habitat for Humanity. Sweaty and still […]Read More The Core Essence of Giving
I am so excited to finally announce that “The Unified Wolves” launched their brand new website today! Visit http://www.TheUnifiedWolves.com!! The Unified Wolves is an award-winning creative agency that provides consultancy services for businesses, focusing on experiential marketing and events with a unique and tailored approach, offering dynamic campaigns that utilises the performing arts. Art has […]Read More The Unified Wolves is here!