“Dreaming in Color” with Jeevo

Was it all a dream or did this really happen? Two weeks ago, I sang at a concert upon coming out of “singing retirement” after almost eight years of focusing on acting and modeling. I’m going to be vlogging about my experience working with Jeevo (Rajeev Nandakumaran), but I wanted to talk more in depth about how…

Gaining Confidence as a Performer

Why put yourself in the face of rejection time and time again? It’s my passion. I honestly can’t imagine a life without performing. I was created for this, and I know the Lord led me to where I am today.

“Fashioned4Life” Fashion Show

In the fall of 2015, I was asked by a good friend of mine to be in a fashion show. It had been a while since I walked the runway because I was focusing on being a new mommy, so I was little hesitant but ultimately excited to be involved. I was informed that there…

“He Heard My Cry” Now Streaming

Let me start off by saying there isn’t nearly enough uplifting content in the way of TV and films, but I’m really glad that family friendly entertainment is making a comeback. It’s actually perfect timing for the digital release of something that’s been in the works for a while.

“Very Smart Brothas” The TV Pilot Premieres

It’s pretty common for projects to take a little while before they premiere to the public. I’m excited to announce that a TV Pilot I worked on at the end of last year will be debuting soon. This is one of the perks of being an actress. Just when a project has gone into the…

Mika Newton “Come Out and Play” Behind the Scenes

Apparently my specialty seems to be working on music videos and angry, dramatic roles. In Mika Newton’s production of her single “Come Out and Play”, I get to represent both aspects. Mika is a pop artist from Ukraine with a powerful voice that apparently can change your whole day–according to the concept of the video….

Witnessing a Movement

  Over a year ago, I was with my Derekstar friends attending a fashion show in Irvine, California when I met this cool guy. Outside, we were enjoying the food trucks, having a conversation, and recapping the event that just ended a few minutes prior. I had never met Dan before, but he came up to our…

His and Hers

  Every marriage–like the one you’re about to hear from–has a two-sided perspective from the husband and wife. They strive to create a balance and keep God at the helm, but not many couples I know are having such a great impact on the artist community and the Lord’s people. Daniel and Melissa–the founders of MLoveizm Magazine–have…

Art in Transition

  One of the major reasons I was able to start a life in California was due to an awesome, God-fearing artist formally known as Amy Wagner. When we first met, we were both single women living in Hawaii. In a matter of two short years we both changed our last names and ventured into a new…

Unsecret

So, I’ve been telling a few friends about a super secret project that I filmed last year. It’s been a long time coming, but I finally have something to show for it and it’s now unsecret. I usually don’t discuss major gigs I have–or thought I had–because I’ve done that before and either nothing came out of it,…

Hold onto Peace

There has a been a death of what some people consider the most wicked of wicked men. Last night my husband recieved a text from a friend asking if we’d heard what happened. We don’t watch the news, so we were shocked to find out that Osama Bin Laden was killed. In this moment, many…

Angelino Footsteps

Let me start off by saying that I highly dislike the term Angelino. It kinda reminds me of Brangelina and all those mashed together names that are meant to sound cool. I thought it was actually a joke when I first read it in a local magazine. It’s not. It’s the term for people who…