Helen Maroulis #TeamUSAAwards Red Carpet

Last night, I got to report from the Team USA Awards red carpet–an awards ceremony to honor world class olympic and Paralympic winners for the “Best of the year” awards. Maroulis, the Rio 2016 gold medal freestyle wrestling champ, was up for Olympic Female Athlete of the Year. I got to talk to her aboutContinue reading “Helen Maroulis #TeamUSAAwards Red Carpet”

MY FIRST RED CARPET!!! OPRAH’S QUEEN SUGAR

So, last month, I got to report from my very first red carpet. It was such an exhilarating and exciting experience, and I never thought it would get to happen so soon after moving to Los Angeles! The entertainment industry and red carpets in particular are extremely competitive, and people seldom get chosen to reportContinue reading “MY FIRST RED CARPET!!! OPRAH’S QUEEN SUGAR”

BEDSIDE CHATS EP. 1

I’ve been thinking of doing a mini series for a while now. I know that not everyone my age is into politics or watching the news, so I came up with Bedside Chats: a quick summary of the week’s biggest stories, paired with a highlight of the week’s least talked about story that still deservesContinue reading “BEDSIDE CHATS EP. 1”

My First Episode of On the Brink

So, this was my first full package that I’ve ever done. For those unfamiliar with television, a package is a what you see on many t.v. programs, and it’s basically a visual news story or narrative. In case you didn’t know, video editing–especially on Adobe Premiere–is extremely difficult. It takes a long time to writeContinue reading “My First Episode of On the Brink

You Could Be A Victim In The Next Mass Shooting

Last week, on October 1, 2017, the deadliest shooting massacre in modern United States history took place in Las Vegas. Devastatingly, 58 innocent lives were taken at Route 91, a country music concert at an outdoor pavilion. The next day, Monday October 2, 2017, University of Southern California police sent out an alert around noonContinue reading “You Could Be A Victim In The Next Mass Shooting”

My Ode to Raleigh

Before leaving Raleigh in early July, I made sure to have a photoshoot to commemorate leaving the place I called home for the first 18 (19, if you count the one year I spent back in Raleigh after college) years of my life. Raleigh, to me, is still one of the best cities to haveContinue reading “My Ode to Raleigh”

Why I Hate The Metro

  This picture speaks for itself. Yesterday, it was unbearably crowded. As I held my breath for what felt like forever, I thought to myself: something’s got to give. When I first arrived to LA 37 days ago, I thought the metro was super convenient, quick, easy, and would save me the stress of being stuckContinue reading “Why I Hate The Metro”

I have arrived!!!

Well guys, it’s officially been a week–actually, more like 11 days because I’m a procrastinator and am just now sitting down long enough to write–since I left good ol’ North Carolina and moved to LA! Never in my wildest dreams did I think that I would become an LA girl. I kid you not, growingContinue reading “I have arrived!!!”