HOWLING NOMAD: Female.165cm.5'4.California.Massachusetts.SouthKorea.Vietnam.England
Graduate of Emerson College (Boston, Massachusetts). Majoring in broadcast journalism. My father is a diplomat so I've lived and travelled the world.
From the day I was born, I have been globe-trotting. I am proud to say I am a daughter of a traveling diplomat. Traveling all over the world has shaped me to become an aspiring journalism. I had to adapt to the change in culture and unfamiliar environment from a very young age. Writing and sharing my experiences was a way I could escape into an imaginary mind-cave. Being a journalism has given me the opportunity to meet people I wouldn't have been able to meet without this job. I love documentaries, long-form journalism, investigative journalism, pop culture, and social issues. I hope to travel the world and write, cover, and shoot stories to share and hopefully impact an audience.
Symbolism behind the HOWLING NOMAD
The wolf signifies the powerful trait of "instinct, intelligence, and an appetite for and awareness of the importance of social connections". A strong connection with instruct can guide you to a way of "perceiving and understanding the world around you that works similarly. When a wolf manifests its presence as a guide in your life, it could be a call to live your life more freely, to bring the intensity of passion in your everyday endeavors". The howling reflects having a predatory feeling of vulnerability. "Howling" gives you a change to look at what is influencing your mind and how that is shaping the way you are living. Nomad, meaning "a member of a people having no permanent abode, and who travel from place to place to find fresh pasture for their livestock. or a person who does not stay long in the same place; a wanderer". Rather than a nomad looking for food, you're looking for food for the mind.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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