"The best advice I can give is to just make art that you're proud of and to not be afraid of change as you grow. My music is so different than it was when I first started out but I'm proud of it all because it represents me and the different stages in my life. Just don't be afraid to do what you love even if it doesn't seem easy."
"Putting on makeup has been essential to me since I was a little kid and was playing with my mother’s makeup. I used to put her foundation on my lips so I could look sick and wouldn’t have to go to school. Now, I do it more because I want to use it as wearable art. I would love to portray my artistic skills through my makeup."
"It is so important for queer youth to see queer adults in media because it proves we will always be here and cannot be silenced. LGBTQ+ youth face disproportionate amounts of homelessness, bullying, and mental illness, so it is of utmost importance queer adults are visible."