A virtual gallery of poetic prose and art pieces exploring the nature of faces.
Class of 2022
Welcome to deconstructed. — fostering a community that draws attention to mental health through creative writing and art & resources for marginalized groups.
A short introduction to a story about a witch who can make wings out of snow.
A collage of paint and vibrant colors that represent the old comic art style.
A poem that follows the feelings of the main character of my (w.i.p.) novel.
About an unrequited love
I’ve been away from lyric writing for a long time, but I got a few lines stuck in my head, and they refused to leave me alone, so I wrote this.
I will be interviewing three people to ask them about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their lives. I will be interviewing people from different ages and positions.
I used this personal statement to apply to college this year. I talk about my journey with finding where I belong as a creative.
On April 14th, 2012, Leila Ambrosino was seen for the very last time. A body was found days later. Lucas Benton was charged with her murder. Years later, the truth comes out.
A spoken word piece concerning Asian hate crimes and the feeling of being the next victim.
A visual representation of the Harlem Renaissance or the New Negro Movement. The growth of black music, art, and community through the many vessels of hands that watered it.
This piece explores the under-discussed topic of period poverty.
Self-Love..it’s complicated isn’t it?