As a woman, full of insecurities and shame, I always felt like I had to be someone good enough for the people that surrounded me especially the men in my life, my audience. I have always put myself out there, I put myself in my most intimate form and found myself disconnecting from my being and becoming someone who I was not. I was becoming someone they needed and were telling me to be. I started acting, and although my inner being was always fighting to be heard and accepted, I kept on putting myself in the hands and worth of others.
The moment I moved to New York, I found myself without my audience, raw and vulnerable. In a world where you stand out because of your self worth, in a city where I had to find me, love me, and be me.
My audience disappeared. Now it’s me and my inner power. My way, my direction, my voice.