Post Thanksgiving podcast episode with Sarah Yu! We talk about centering ourselves post college, how f*uckups aren't as consequential as you think, and why you need to have diverse friends to stay sane.
Back from another hiatus, I'm happy to announce that I have Mikko Juan as my guest! Mikko and I talk about what it's like to move home after college, the actor hustle, and the growing presence of Asian Americans on stage.
Wow Human Crayon Fam. It's been like ~3 months. I know. Life gets busy. Life gets overwhelming. But I'm glad I'm back to tell and share more stories and good, (hopefully) entertaining and refreshing conversations.
This time I am joined by one of my besties from da-SHOUG (Washougal) WA, Madeline Down. She's one of the most positive, supportive, and cheesy dad joke enthusiasts I've ever met. We talk about our weird bro/sis/dating relationship, how to get the confidence to really invest in your passions, the impact of storytelling in all forms, and how white women need to get on the intersectionality train. What a good conversation, what a good friend.
I'm back after a whirlwind of a month! I'm so glad to be back.
This week I am joined by Krav Maga master in the making and one of my super inspiring and impressive friends, Florence Sum. we talk about how art is so important in this political climate, how POC need to continue to not be deterred, what policy work is about, and why Scarlett Johansen needs to just stop.
Havana McElvaine joins me on the first Human Crayon episode of 2017. She's someone who runs people down (on the soccer field), but never would do that to anyone in life. We talk about middle child problems, the privileges and downsides of being a student athlete, how we want to travel and change the world, and why Beyonce takes you to new levels.
I'm joined by Theresa for my third episode! The conversation required more time, because Theresa is more than 5000 miles away! We talk about living abroad, why we may be too good to work in offices, and talk about our artistic endeavors. Theresa gives me the affirmation I needed, and persuades me to get some paella ;)
Louie Louie!!! This is the second podcast of “Human Crayon” with my guest Louie Vital. We sit down and talk about our API identities backgrounds, why white hometowns suck for people of color, and what it means to decolonize oneself. We also chat about how Louie is going to move to DC and become that cool and impressive DC friend that “I know.”
For my first podcast episode ever, I interview my dear friend and podcast NERD Cierra Purdom. We talk about marine life, the role of the writer, and processing today's political climate through our humanities backgrounds.