Denali State Park

Story of My Life

I was born on May 5, 2000 (cinco de mayo). I lived in Evanston when I was only a toddler and eventually moved to Mount Prospect. Unfortunately I am the youngest In my family, I have a brother that is 24 years old. I have always loved to travel and have recently been interested in photography. The picture above was taken on one of my most recent trips to Alaska where I was able to take some amazing pictures. This is where I’m at so far and I am hoping to move on to an life in college.

Snow — Red hot Chilli Peppers

I have no specific connection to the lyrics of this song, As a kid this was just always one of my favorite songs and listening to it today reminds me of my childhood.

Wednesday Night

Honestly You’ll probably find me watching Netflix pretty much any night of the week so this I what I did Wednesday night.


This is my brother, he is a huge role-model to me because he has lots of similar interest interests that I do. He is a professional photographer and attended the university of Milwaukee.

My family as a whole is definitely one of my greatest role-models. They are always the ones who give me great inspiration and just kind of push me the extra mile to be successful.

I think of Will Smith as a role-model because of all of the movies and television shows I watched as a kid starring him. I personally think he’s someone who would be pretty inspirational.


I’ve always wanted to visit Europe (specifically Sweden). I am about 80% Swedish which is why Sweden is at the top of my list.

Perception of America


This is definitely one of the first things I think of when I hear the word America based on the First Amendment taking about freedom of speech, religion, etc.


With the whole the whole debate and controversy going on between trump and Hilary right now, politics just screams USA to me.


America has always made me think of business, and making money. Based on all of the debt we are in and how much money the United States takes to operate.

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