Vulnerability, adj., susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm. I used to think I was pretty good at being vulnerable and honest with people. A couple of drinks with friends or a conversation that goes a little too late into …
In March, I started to produce an episode for the TUTV show Media Inside Out on colorism in media representation and how it affects women of color.
“Why do you go to the therapist every week? Who goes to a doctor when they’re not sick? You’re healthy, you don’t need to go.”
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about relationships and the concept of love, and what it means to actually like someone enough to choose them.
Fact: everyone loves food. I have never met a person that does, or actively denies free food, or going out to eat. There lies inherent comfort in food, from stress eating to healthy living, to nostalgia and home.
From a photoshoot on November 4th, 2017, featuring Stephanie Cao and natural lighting with edits on Photoshop.
Event photography for the 2017 Annual Mid-Autumn Festival in Chinatown, Philadelphia, hosted by Asian Americans United.
Event photography from the 2016 Annual Mid Autumn Festival in Chinatown, Philadelphia, hosted by Asian Americans United