Kansla.co is my personal blog, founded on the notion of pursuing the calls of the intuition.  Känsla is a platform to publish content under the three pillars of music, travel, and compelling storytelling. 

SONGS YOU SHOULD KNOW:  Installments of published playlists with new music, and when and where to listen to it. 
TRAVEL WRITINGS: Photos & recommendations from travels both far and wide. 
STORYTELLING: Interviews, podcasts, and thoughtful musings. 

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CentralTrack.com is a Dallas-focused alternative online news publication that covers music, nightlife, food, fashion, art, sports and anything else that the 18-35 readership demographic might be relatively interested in.

SOUND DECISION: Scenes from Kodak To Graph, OBESØN, Big Wild and Botany show at Three Links (March 2015)
THE BANDWAGON: An interview with ODESZA and more importantly, their tour van, during their stop in Dallas for Index Festival (October 2014)
LEVEL UP:  Scenes from the Anamanaguchi, Kitty Pryde and Best Fwends Show at Dada (July 2013)

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I currently create content for several social media accounts for Dallas-based brands including Lombardi Family Concepts and Rare Gems of India. 

31 DALLAS: A joint account for Highland Park Village's Bistro 31 and Lounge 31. 
TOULOUSE CAFÉ & BAR: A fine Parisian dining experience based in Dallas and Houston. 
RARE GEMS OF INDIA: Importers & creators of fine Indian jewelry and luxurious custom designs.



ARTICLE 19:  "Article 19" is a blog I created in January 2015 for a course titled "Human Rights & The Journalist." The class focused on studying human rights in the media, and the ethics behind reporting on violations of these rights. For my blog, I focused on Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which includes the freedom of speech, expression, and the press. My posts touch on prevalent issues in the media and international government, while relating it all back to Article 19. 

ZOE BEING CREATIVE: Also created in January 2015, this blog was part of an advertising course titled "Intro to Creativity." The posts cover everything from creative inspiration to artistic idols, analyses of creative processes and a teddy bear costume we made for a friend's dog.