Category Archive: Press

But How Does One Become A Concert Photographer?

For the words of the prophets were written on the studio wall…concert hall! An upcoming series of posts for Question & Artist will be centered around some photojournalism career queries. Hooray! I’ll be… Continue reading

Question & Artist With Aaron Blaise

I am excited to say that Aaron Blaise was kind enough to answer questions for this first entry in the Question & Artist series. You may recognize his work from Pocahontas, Aladdin, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, and Rescuers Down Under!

Arts Matter Day 2014, A Group Effort

Arts matter more than my ego. Why do I say that? Because, sure, this isn’t the best cutting I’ve ever done on a video. No L cuts, noise reduction, color correction. I’m pretty… Continue reading

All the Star Wars Ladies (Give Your Han Up)

There is a little Yoda that sits on my desk at work. He used to sit on the computer desk at my parent’s house, and then he sat on my computer in college.… Continue reading

An Unpopular Opinion: I’m a Vegetarian, But I Don’t Think Everyone Should Be

Why am I a vegetarian? Don’t I want everyone to be a vegetarian? Well, I’ll tell you. And no. Hear me out. I already started off not being a fan of steak or… Continue reading

In a World, In a Nutshell

I finally watched In a World a few weeks ago. If you haven’t heard of it, let me get you up to speed. The lovely Lake Bell noticed that there are few female… Continue reading

2013 Holiday Gift Guide for Music Enthusiasts and Audio Nerds

I hope you know I say the above with love and joy. It’s true, because I’m a music enthusiast and audio nerd, and there ain’t nothin’ wrong with that! You may know that… Continue reading

A Resolution for the Electric Lady

Janelle Monáe, the Electric Lady herself, graced Boston with her presence just a little over a week ago. And Boston graced her with quite an honor. I wish I had taken a moment… Continue reading

Natalie Portman, Blinded By Science

A recent article for Blast Bombshell: Natalie Portman, Marvel, and STEM. STEM? That’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Image: Elle UK, KAIZFENG

Upcoming Music Q&A Teaser: It’s Just a Bunch of Hocus Pocus!

I’m working on my next music/sound career profile for the music blog, and it will be slightly Halloween themed for the upcoming (best) season… I love Halloween. Costumes. Autumn. Cider. Spooky, scary! When… Continue reading

5 Reasons why Robin Scherbatsky is one of the Best Female Characters on Network Television

This was another piece I wrote for Bombshell. So many more reasons we could add…she doesn’t care what she looks like at the gym, hockey, she can robot dance. Come on.

Keeping Classical Music Friendly

Contrary to what some people may think, we can interview classical musicians for an inside scoop. Classical music is not dead! I started this blog to focus on careers in music. All of… Continue reading

Creative Outlets Keeping Us Afloat

The past year of job searching/layoffs has made me feel like a Ted Mosby. Instead of girls, though, it’s a full time job. I get very excited and eager, ready to give it… Continue reading

let’s discuss: Three Reasons Why I Blog

Originally posted on The Sybaritic Singer:
To be honest, I started this blog while working a soul-sucking day job. Like many bloggers, I desperately needed a reminder that I was working that job…

Starting Without a Kick: Why We Decided Not To Use Crowd Funding

If I haven’t bothered you about it before, here it is: yowza, I’m in a band! I play the drums in my sister’s band ( I know, I know, the Twitter and Facebook… Continue reading