“You’re never stuck where you think you’re stuck…you can always change it”
Meet Christina Calamia, a bartender from Miami who discusses religion, hope, music, same sex marriage, racism, the importance of dreams, her definition of freedom, how fortunate she feels to be American, how the death of her grandfather changed her life, what she knows to be true and much more
“Its not something that doesn’t matter - it does matter wether its something they want to do very privately - something they want to do VERY publicly, it’s important and it’s important for people to see it” - Leigh Holliday, On Art
Leigh Holliday, founder of the art room bay ridge (Brooklyn, NY) discusses trust, goals, freedom, faith, children, jay-z, education, changing careers, courage, friends and a life changing event.
“i said a little blessing towards her…..said thank you God because I got two long legs and I can carry an umbrella”
My follow up with Mary Brennan-Wlos - who discusses social media, love, happiness, relationships, what she would do if she won the lottery, the importance of being thankful, kindness, multiple sclerosis, music, changing jobs and how she overcame a difficult year.
Celeste Carrow : Brooklyn, NY
Celeste discusses social media, falling in love, hopes, dreams, a life changing trip to Rome and much more.
An Update On Status : A Culture Of Fear
Compilation of “everyday” people reveal their thoughts on American Culture.
Jason Lawrence discusses songs about freedom, offers an interesting definition of hope, the struggles he faced coming to terms with his sexuality after dissolving a fifteen year marriage, what he knows to be true and much more
XY: A collection of everyday people discuss masculinity and gender.
Street Musician Gabe performs at Court Street Subway Station
Occupy Wall Street #2 - Tension builds as two people argue over how to best heal their communities.
Occupy Wall Street #1
A wall street business man comes down to chat with the protesters at Zuccotti Park.