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I’ve been thinking about memories lately and thoughts of where I was about fifteen years ago are prevalent as I watch these videos from Mike Shinoda. Fifteen years ago, I was a senior in high school and still very much confused about my future. One thing I was sure about and have always been is the fact that art had to be part of my life or else I wouldn’t be able to function properly. And to this day, even through all my endeavors and many confusions as to where my life will take me, I am still very positive that art is a part of my body and soul. As I am getting more and more inspired to create video and photographic pieces lately, I’ve never felt the urge to create more personal pieces than ever before. So watching this series of videos from Mike Shinoda as he shares his grief and anguish with us is so inspiring. The emotions are raw and almost frightening to watch, yet the sound and visuals are so beautiful. How do you ever put your emotions into words and sound and visuals? I’m learning to overcome my fear of judgment and criticism so that I can really tell my stories make my work more personal. But, small steps…

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artist. homebody. cinephile. slow book collector.

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