For those of you have haven't seen yet ... I have some AMAZING new headshots!
A HUGE thank you to the incomparable Billy Bustamante for our incredible work session and getting these stunning shots. Full gallery of my latest headshots can be seen in the above tab.
If you're in the NYC area and are in need of new headshots, I strongly encourage you reach out to Billy. Not only is he an incredible photographer but also a brilliant director, choreographer, and all around gem of a human. (And no, I am not being paid for these statements. I just truly think the world of this wonderful human.)
These headshots are just in time because...SHOWCASE IS AROUND THE CORNER!!
In about a month and a half, we are slated to showcase the graduating class of Circle in the Square Theatre School. We will have two public performances (very likely on stage at Circle in the Square Theatre) where we will let the NYC theatre/TV/film world know we are ready to work. As I get more, solidified information, I will be certain to post it here.
I could not be prouder of the work done and the improvements achieved in my two years at Circle. I cannot wait to share more about my journey in the coming months.
On a different note - please send healing thoughts my way. I am currently on crutches due to a torn calf muscle. Luckily I do not need to have surgery, but it is severe enough to HEAVILY impact my life. Crutches on the MTA? Yeah, it really sucks!
With the recovery process, I am in the inflammation stage at the moment. It means everything is healing as it should, but my lower right leg is a little like an over-filled water balloon. In the coming weeks, I will go from two crutches, then to one crutch, then to a cane (I ordered one last night), then finally to normal activity. With the projected timeline, I should be fully healed by mid-March - just in time for showcase!
This is also teaching my a great lesson in asking for help. Throughout the majority of my tenure at Circle, I have gone above and beyond to help my classmates. I'm always the first to get up an help move furniture, one of the first to try any new dance move, and usually volunteer (or volunteered) to be an additional scene member. At the end of last semester I said a goal of mine was to do less. Well, my leg took that note too seriously. Now I have no choice but to do less and ask for help along the way. I must give a huge thank you to my friends who have kindly kept me in check at school and an even larger thank you to Anna for being my part-time nurse.
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