the end of my wanderlust summer

all good things must come to an end. that's what they always say, right? well, my summer with wanderlust came to a close a couple weeks ago after a fun, crazy, and successful season. i am so grateful for the experience. i took a risk leaving a full time job, not knowing what the outcome of this opportunity would be. in the end it turned out to be a great decision. the people i met, the places i saw, and the collaboration i was a part of were truly wonderful life and career experiences. i look forward to more opportunities to be a part of the wanderlust team in the future. :)

if you're into yoga, running and meditation, you should check out their 108 events. the festival season is over, sure, but now they have a whole lineup of spectacular one-day events. they are hosting events in brooklyn, dc, miami, atlanta, nashville, and houston. if you're in dc, you might see me there!

as for what's next for me, i'm working on curating a series of freelance artistic & creative projects for myself. i've been home for about two weeks, and the amount of creative people i've already met and talked to have been truly inspiring. i've been helping out my friend brian with the scenic art for his show truth and beauty bombs: a softer world with rorschach theatre, and i can't wait to see what else will come in the next few months.

what do you have planned for this autumn? i'd love to know!