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KITTY'S CRUSH: HANNAH SIDER

Kitty’s Crush is a weekly feature that highlights and champions emerging entrepreneurs, creatives and cultural forces of today. We keep it cute, get to the point, but we make sure to ask what you want to know from the people who we feel are killing it! Make this your destination to be inspired by your peers, learn about their journey and be empowered to embark on your own.

Illustration by: Mia Coleman

Illustration by: Mia Coleman

Photographer and Director, Hannah Sider opens up about her passion for music and fashion, how living in NYC means having endless inspiration at her fingertips and the importance of making mistakes.

1. Name: 

Hannah Sider

2. Where are you from?

Born in Malawi, grew up in Toronto, live in Brooklyn

3. What is your sign?

Sagittarius

4. What do you do? Can you tell me about your journey?

I’m a photographer/director but my job extends beyond that. I work closely with brands/artists and come up with art direction and new creative ideas. 

I’ve been working hard to build my business and evolve as an artist since I moved to NYC 5 years ago and it’s more than a full-time job. 

My journey hasn’t always been smooth, but I’ve been persistent and taken risks. 

5. How did you get there? I am really interested in how you're able to bounce between fashion and music through your medium. How do you balance between shooting music artists, models, editorials? What is your favorite thing to shoot? 

I think the reason why I love what I do and I can “bounce" around, is that fashion and music have always intrigued me. 

Studying fashion for 4 years gave me a passion for design and the history behind it and music has always been integral part of my life. Living in NYC gives me both worlds at my fingertips.

My favorite is when I work with a talented musician that loves fashion and has a strong personal style.

6. What shoot are you most proud of or you feel best represents your work?

I always feel like I haven’t done my best shoot yet, that pushes me forward.

7. Best advice for someone looking to get into your field?

Don’t let technicalities stop you. You don’t need an expensive camera or fancy lighting, just a good eye.

8. How is it being an entrepreneur? Why haven't you given up? 

I’m very self disciplined and surround myself with positive people.

9. What are you currently crushing on?

Currently crushing on vintage Jean Paul Gaultier. 

10.  How is your favorite photographer?  

Helmut Newton, Corinne Day, Hedi Slimane, Roxanne Lowit, Chi Modu

11. What's your favorite film?

Space Jam

12. Best advice?

Make mistakes (and learn from them)

13. Your Motto?

No Fear

14. Do you have any hobbies? If not, is there anything new you would want to try out?

Traveling, kickboxing, running, reading, cooking, painting, making mood boards, researching music 

 

KITTY'S CRUSH: RHONESHA BYNG

Kitty’s Crush is a weekly feature that highlights and champions emerging entrepreneurs, creatives and cultural forces of today. We keep it cute, get to the point, but we make sure to ask what you want to know from the people who we feel are killing it! Make this your destination to be inspired by your peers, learn about their journey and be empowered to embark on your own.

Illustration By: Mia Coleman  Emmy award-winning journalist and founder of  Her Agenda , Rhonesha Byng shares her story, her advice and discusses the importance of women pursuing their passions.  Listed among Forbes' 30 under 30, Rhonesha has a accomplished so much and is devoted to providing other women with a platform to feel inspired and encouraged.  Read all about her journey and her brand, below!

Illustration By: Mia Coleman

Emmy award-winning journalist and founder of Her Agenda, Rhonesha Byng shares her story, her advice and discusses the importance of women pursuing their passions.  Listed among Forbes' 30 under 30, Rhonesha has a accomplished so much and is devoted to providing other women with a platform to feel inspired and encouraged.  Read all about her journey and her brand, below!

1. Name: 

Rhonesha Byng

2. Where are you from?

BROOKLYN!!

3. What is your sign?

Aries

4. What do you do? Can you tell me about your journey?

I am the founder of Her Agenda, a digital media platform bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. I started out as a journalist, I started on that path when I was 16. I did a lot of internships in college and worked hard to get experience in multiple arenas of the media field from print, to broadcast to digital. After graduating I worked at NBC, then The Huffington Post and freelanced for a few other places. I love the news, and the media. With Her Agenda, I use the power of media to change the perception of opportunity and highlight the role models we can look to as women who aspire to accomplish great things. My time working in media really showed me the power of visibility and as the saying goes, you can't be hat you can't see. So with Her Agenda  we're highlighting women in positions of power and also the opportunities that can help you become like them so it can become the norm and reality for all women to become their most powerful accomplished selves. 

5. What's your agenda?

My agenda is to inspire millions of women to go after their goals no matter what and not let anyone or anything stop them. The ultimate agenda is for women to literally run the world from the Oval office, to the boardroom. 

6. How did you come up with the Her Agenda concept? Who was your target audience?

My target audience is my peers, women like me who are trying to figure out life and their next steps in life and need a source of inspiration to keep them going and also access to the resources and opportunities to help them get there. Not many women have mentors and mentors are typically people who shape and guide your career by passing along advice, connections and also opportunities you can't find anywhere else. I was lucky to have gotten mentors early in my journey and I started to recognize that was not the norm after I started to blog in 2005 and shared my journey as an up and coming journalist. I got hundreds of messages from girls across the country asking me how I was able to interview celebrities, cover press conferences and do all the things I was doing. That's when I first started to notice there was a disconnect between resources and access to role models and mentors for young people. Then in college as I learned more about the women's movement and the lack of women in positions of power I was compelled to create something that would help bridge that gap. 

7. Before turning solely to Her Agenda, you were an Emmy award-winning journalist. Talk to us about that experience. 

It was amazing. I learned so much during that time about research, outreach and reporting. I was lucky to be in a newsroom full of amazing journalists who shared their wisdom with me and trusted me to get out in the field. At NBC I was able to shoot, write and edit for the 5, 6 and 11pm news. I was in the news meetings every morning where we decided the stories we would cover for the day and I actually had a voice. They encouraged everyone to pitch stories and ideas and then it was up to you to make it happen, make the calls and follow through. I learned a lot about delivering quality work under a quick deadline in a fast paced environment. 

8. How did you make the decision to solely pursue Her Agenda?

It was time. My team was growing, interest and traction on the site were at a point where I couldn't maintain balance of a day job and Her Agenda. 

9. You've accomplished so much including Forbes 30 under 30, speaking at the White House and the United State of Women Summit, what do you hope to accomplish in the new year?

There's so much! I'm launching a Her Agenda campus ambassador program working with college students and sharing how they can leverage their role as students to set a strong foundation for their careers. I'm also looking to work directly with employers to connect them to our audience of ambitious and qualified women to fill their open roles. On a personal level I'm looking to do more speaking and traveling! Traveling inspires me and I worked so much in 2016 that I didn't get to do as much of it as I usually do. 

10. What/who keeps you inspired to make Her Agenda bigger and better?

The readers! They inspire me. I love meeting them and speaking to them at events and hearing about how Her Agenda changed their lives. Our most ambitious readers are part of a Slack community where they get access to each other (peer mentorship!) exclusive career resources and opportunities. People can sign up to join here.

11. You went to school in a small town in Indiana, what made you move to NYC? How was that transition? 

I was lucky enough to get a full-tuition leadership scholarship to go to DePauw through the Posse Foundation. I'm from NYC originally and it's the media capital of the world so the plan was always to move back to NYC! The transition to NYC wasn't hard. But if anything going away for school taught me that NYC is not going anywhere. You can leave and come back and the city and your people will still embrace you. 

12. What/who are you currently crushing on?

Oprah! Always Oprah. 

13. Best advice?

Feel the fear and do it anyway. People we admire who achieve great things are just like us, they're human. They feel doubt, anxiety, they get tired but they keep going. You can't let your feelings dictate your progress. 

14. Your motto?

No one Ever Slows Her Agenda. 

15. Do you have any hobbies? If not, is there anything new you would want to try out?

Seeing Broadway plays! My favorite is Wicked, I've seen it five times. I really enjoy art and live performance so anything in that realm from concerts to plays I make it my business to support. It's a good escape. 

IG: neshasagenda

KITTY'S CRUSH: MATTHEW HENSON

Kitty’s Crush is a weekly feature that highlights and champions emerging entrepreneurs, creatives and cultural forces of today. We keep it cute, get to the point, but we make sure to ask what you want to know from the people who we feel are killing it! Make this your destination to be inspired by your peers, learn about their journey and be empowered to embark on your own.

Illustration by: Mia Coleman  Stylist, Fashion Director and former Complex Fashion Editor, Matthew Henson discusses his professional journey, what he's currently crushing on and what its like dressing two of the biggest males in music.  Read about his advice for aspiring stylists and what he thinks every stylish man should have.

Illustration by: Mia Coleman

Stylist, Fashion Director and former Complex Fashion Editor, Matthew Henson discusses his professional journey, what he's currently crushing on and what its like dressing two of the biggest males in music.  Read about his advice for aspiring stylists and what he thinks every stylish man should have.

1. Name:

Matthew Henson

2. Where are you from?

Jersey Shore, but not the fist pumping part. 

3. What is your sign?

Pisces

4. What do you do? Can you tell me about your journey? 

I’m a celebrity stylist, and Fashion Director for AWGE. I started out interning for PR firms, and at magazines because I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do but I know I wanted to work in the fashion industry. After sorting out that PR was not really for me, I focused all of my energy on becoming an editor. I landed my first job as Fashion Assistant to Long Nguyen at Flaunt magazine. I left Flaunt as Fashion Editor and left to focus on menswear and got hired at Complex as an editor where I worked for several years. 

5. How did you make transition from working for Complex to being an iconic celebrity stylist?

Complex was an amazing opportunity because I had a lot of creative freedom more or less, and I was also fortunate enough to have direct contact with a lot of the cover talent, and styled numerous covers through the years. That type of experience is invaluable because you learn so much from each experience. You also learn what you want for yourself, what you want to avoid, and how to turn it into a career. I transitioned from working at a magazine to being freelance by taking a leap of faith mostly, but aligning myself with people who recognized and respected my talent and wanted to make sure that I was successful. 

6. You work with two of the biggest males in music, A$AP Rocky and The Weeknd. What is your selection process when choosing your clients?  How is it working with them?  How are they different in terms of style?

There is no real method in the selection process, it’s a very organic process for both, and lets be honest, I would never give the details on how I does what I does! They are two unique guys, both with great personal style, and it’s my job to accentuate and help evolve what is there naturally, and turn that into a business. 

7. Can you talk about your new Styling/Image Consulting firm?

No I actually can’t lol. Contractually. 

8. What advice would you give an aspiring stylist?

For anyone aspiring to be a stylist, I would first say, that interning, assisting, and humility are the keys to success on your journey. 

9. Would you say you have a uniform? If so what is it?

I don’t have a uniform, I wish I did. I dress pretty much for how I feel in the morning. Sometimes I feel all-black, and sometimes I feel neon. Clothing and style should be fun, whatever that means to you. 

10. What 3 clothing items should every stylish man have?

Every stylish man should have a nice smile, self-confidence, and a point of view. The clothes just accentuate that. 

11. What/who are you currently crushing on?

I’m constantly crushing on my friends. It’s great to have your inspirations close to you, I’m lucky in that way. I would name names, but I don’t think there is enough room in one article. 

12. What artists are you currently listening to?

Right now i’m into DJ’s more than artists. Anything DJ Kitty Cash, DJ Bambii, or The Cozy Boys, mix up is what I vibe out to. 

13. You always have a book in your hand, what are you currently reading?

I do always have a book. I just finished reading a book called “How To Live: A Seach for wisdom from old people” by Henry Alford. It’s so funny, insightful, and offers encouragement through difficult times even. 

14. What is your guilty pleasure?

My guilty pleasure is nutella. I eat it almost every day. 

15. Your motto?

My motto is “Rates are a universal language.” 

16. Your biggest regret?

I don’t have any regrets. I am constantly learning from what the universe brings me. 

17. Do you have any hobbies? If not is there anything new you would want to try out?

Hobbies are hard to maintain at the moment, but when I have more personal time I’d love to learn how to cook!

KITTY'S CRUSH: RENELL MEDRANO

Kitty’s Crush is a weekly feature that highlights and champions emerging entrepreneurs, creatives and cultural forces of today. We keep it cute, get to the point, but we make sure to ask what you want to know from the people who we feel are killing it! Make this your destination to be inspired by your peers, learn about their journey and be empowered to embark on your own.

Illustration by:  Mia Coleman

Illustration by: Mia Coleman

Meet the photographer responsible for your favorite shots of Justine Skye and Kendall Jenner; as well as some of your favorite album cover art.  Read about what inspires her and her words to live by.

1. Name

Renell Medrano

2. Where are you from?

New York

3. What is your sign?

Leo

4. What three words best describe you?

Silly, creative and spontaneous 

5. What do you do? Can you tell me about your journey? 

I consider myself an artist, I graduated from Parsons the new school & have taken the freelance route ever since...which I can admit it's not the easiest route. 

6. Why photography?

Since I was 15, I’ve been obsessed with photographing everything and everyone around me. It's the feeling I get after capturing the perfect shot.

7. What's it like working with your best friend?

Fun, love being able to create and travel with someone who's so close to you.

8.  You work with a lot of celebrities who are constantly being photographed and yet your photos always stand out against the grain. How do you keep a fresh perspective?

By constantly being inspired. 

9. Best advice for someone looking to get into your field?

Go hard, someone is always watching. 

10. Also, you've done album art for A$ap Ferg and H.E.R. Tell us about those projects.

Both are two amazing artist who allowed me to create some magic with. 

11. What's your favorite subject/environment to shoot?

Love photographing those around& love raw environments. 

12.What are you currently crushing on?

The color yellow. 

13. What artist/song is on repeat on your phone, right now?

2 Chainz - Good Drank

14. Best advice?

Do what you want. 

15. Your Motto?

Stay true to yourself.

16.Your biggest regret?

No regrets cause everything I have done has put me where I'm at now. 

17. Do you have any hobbies? If not, is there anything new you would want to try out?

I would love to know how to skateboard. 

18. Anything else you think we should know but didn't ask?

I love pandas. 

IG: renellaice

KITTY'S CRUSH: EBONEE DAVIS

Kitty’s Crush is a weekly feature that highlights and champions emerging entrepreneurs, creatives and cultural forces of today. We keep it cute, get to the point, but we make sure to ask what you want to know from the people who we feel are killing it! Make this your destination to be inspired by your peers, learn about their journey and be empowered to embark on your own.

Illustration by:  Mia Coleman

Illustration by: Mia Coleman

From Calvin Klein to Yeezy Season 4, Ebonee Davis is taking the modeling world by storm.  However her role as an activist is leaving an even bigger mark on the industry.  Read about her mission, her take on diversity in fashion and the importance of investing in yourself! 

1. Name:

Ebonee 

2. Where are you from? 

Seattle, WA

3. What is your sign?

Scorpio

4.What do you do? Can you tell me about your journey?

I am a activist, writer, public speaker and model currently living in New York City. My journey started in Seattle Washington. I wanted to be a model from a young age and I was signed to a local agency after going in for an open casting. After I graduated high school, I matriculated at the University of Washington where I attended class for a year before deciding that I wanted to pursue modeling full time and moved to New York. At the time that I moved, I didn’t have an agency and it was extremely hard for me to get one. I visited every well known agency in NY and heard “no” and “we already have a girl with your look” over and over again until finally one opened the door for me. For the last 4 years I have been working my way up the industry’s latter and recently I have come into my own. I am now signed with the Lions and preparing to give a TED talk in January on the topic of racial identity in America.

5. You're gorgeous!  What's your everyday beauty routine? 

Beauty products you can't live without? I like to stick with pretty natural products since skin is porous and whatever you put on it gets absorbed into the body. African black soap is a great cleanser for face and body. I love raw shea butter and coconut oil! 

6. Best advice for someone looking to get into modeling? 

Don’t! Find something outside of modeling that you're passionate about and invest in that. Modeling is moving away from the 2 demential carbon copy world of 5’10 size 0 prototypes and using more “real people”. By investing in your own passion outside of modeling, people will want to get to know you and take your photograph and also hear what you have to say as a person. It wasn’t until I put activism before modeling that I had such great success in the industry. The word model is just a label for a caricature, not a fulfilled and well rounded human being. Don’t try to be a model, be yourself and the industry will seek you out. 

7. Any designers you're dying to work with?

I feel like I should have an answer to this but I don’t. I want to work with everyone who is compassionate, empathetic and understanding. 

8. As a civil rights advocate, talk to us about the inequality within the fashion industry?

When I first started modeling, I was told no over and over again as I previously mentioned. The industry makes it so hard for people of color to get adequate representation. The fact that I can look at an agency’s board and see 20 blonde girls but only 2 or 3 black girls is implicitly saying that POC are of less value than white people. Same with looking at a fashion magazine and seeing 1 black girl among dozens of white girls. The industry pits us against one another and forces us to compete for that one token spot, so we are unable to unify and work together which is keeping us from progressing as a culture. When you ask agencies why its like this, they say that clients don't want to use black girls, but agencies have it all wrong. Black people have always been the creators and dictators of “cool”. Black people create so much of the culture so why are we excluded from it? The personal beauty ideals of agents, who in my experience are about 80% white, play a huge role in why models of color go underrepresented. As working black models we get told that we shouldn’t complain because there are 100 other black girls waiting to take that place. We are often stripped of our identities and forced into boxes. For me, the decision to go natural was a huge turning point where I regained what I had lost. In retrospect I realized that telling me that I would only work if I straightened my hair and wore extensions, was erasure of my cultural identity. As a form of media we have a responsibility to the public not only to entertain but to inform. We have influence and the practices of representing, hiring and accepting black beauty not only reflects our society but inspires it.

9. A lot of people have accused the fashion industry of cultural appropriation.  What's your take on it?

Cultural appropriation happens all the time in the fashion industry. Like I said before, black people create so much culture and yet we are excluded from the industry. “My product is good enough for you, but I'm not” is often how it feels.

10. What are you currently crushing on?

I'm crushing on God, thats my mans.

11. 2017 is approaching quickly.  What are you hoping to accomplish in the new year?

I want to continue making a difference in the industry bringing people together as much as possible and using our collective power to get the message across that equality and representation is important. As models we have a platform and a voice that often goes unused. Its time to start speaking up and showing up!

12. Best advice?

Everything happens for a reason. It will all make sense some day.

13. Your Motto?

I don’t really have one but, although its cliche, “treat others how you want to be treated", is a motto to live by.

14. 5 things you can't live without?

God, Love, Solitude, Peace, Empathy 

15. Your biggest regret?

I don’t really regret anything because everything that has happened in my life has molded me into the person I am now. I see everything as necessary. I don’t look at my decisions or that happenings of my life as either “good” or “bad”, that just “are”. I take things as they are and I learn from them and when you get a lesson out of your experience, its always a positive thing, so there’s never any room for regret.

16. Do you have any hobbies? If not, is there anything new you would want to try out?

I learning how to read music! I want to learn guitar!

17. Anything else you think we should know but didn't ask?

In an ideal world I would like to see all people come together despite the imagined differences, no matter your race, ethnic background, gender, sexuality, religion. I want people to realize that we are one race, the human race, and until this fact is realized, we will continue to divide and separate ourselves. We are mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, cousins, aunts, uncles, children; we all deserve to live free and be happy. All of our lives are of equal value.

 

IG: eboneedavis

KITTY'S CRUSH: JAMEEL MOHAMMED

Kitty’s Crush is a weekly feature that highlights and champions emerging entrepreneurs, creatives and cultural forces of today. We keep it cute, get to the point, but we make sure to ask what you want to know from the people who we feel are killing it! Make this your destination to be inspired by your peers, learn about their journey and be empowered to embark on your own.
Illustration by:  Mia Coleman

Illustration by: Mia Coleman

Designer, Jameel Mohammed is changing the jewelry game with statement pieces inspired by the African diaspora, all while completing a Political Science degree at an Ivy League college.  Check out what he's currently crushing on, his advice on being an entrepreneur and how he created his own wave in the high-end jewelry industry.

1. Name

Jameel Mohammed

2. Where are you from?

Chicago.

3. What is your sign?

Sagittarius

4. What do you do? Can you tell me about your journey?

I design! I started out in RTW (ready to wear) but made the transition to focusing on jewelry about 2 years ago.

5. How would you describe the KHIRY brand in 3 words?

Bold, Intelligent, Sleek.

6. In your lookbook you discuss the need for a new perspective in the luxury fashion world.  What made you choose jewelry as your medium?

I actually started my career in ready to wear, but I wanted to make pieces that would immediately feel significant and substantial and intimate to the customer. Jewelry is such a personal thing, and it occupies such a treasured place in our lives. I wanted KHIRY to evoke that same feeling from the beginning, so jewelry was a natural starting point.

7. Best advice for someone looking to get into your field?

Zero in on what makes you different, and lean into it. Fashion is such a crowded industry. The people who really break through are the ones that manage to say something really honest and personal.

8. How do you stay inspired to push for new content each season?

Life has a way of throwing things at you! I'm constantly looking for new inspiration; reading, watching old movies, stuff like that. I'm also really inspired by politics, and I think of my work as an outlet for my frustration with our current political situation. I think if you're paying attention it's tough not to have a lot to say. KHIRY is my platform to let it out.

9. How is it being an entrepreneur? Why haven't you given up?

It's definitely tough, but over time you gain this odd sort of confidence. There's constantly fires springing up and unexpected problems, but it teaches you to be agile and find solutions. Over time, I've definitely built up this sort of confidence in my ability to work things out, which only makes me want to take on bigger goals and projects.

10. What are you currently crushing on?

Combat boots and Black Turtlenecks

11. Best advice?

I think the best advice I've received, (which I'm totally still working on), is that you have to lead a complete life. At the end of the day, a career is important and rewarding and all, but you have to make your whole life work too.

12. Your Motto?

"Life goes on"

13. Your biggest regret?

None really thus far.

14. Do you have any hobbies? If not, is there anything new you would want to try out?

I danced in high school, training in ballet and modern. I'd really like to start again soon.

15. Anything else you think we should know but didn't ask?

I'm single!

 

Jewelry images are all from the Spring '17 collection.

Check out KHIRY Jewelry's SS17 lookbook @ http://khiry.com/

IG: jkmohammed_

 

KITTY'S CRUSH: BRITTANY BYRD

Kitty’s Crush is a weekly feature that highlights and champions emerging entrepreneurs, creatives and cultural forces of today. We keep it cute, get to the point, but we make sure to ask what you want to know from the people who we feel are killing it! Make this your destination to be inspired by your peers, learn about their journey and be empowered to embark on your own.

Illustration by : Mia Coleman

Illustration by: Mia Coleman

LA native, Brittany Byrd is quite a force to be reckoned with. She dabbles in just about everything from graphic design, to architecture to film. We had the opportunity to chat with Brittany about her inspiration,  her recent book launch,  and what's next. Needless to say Brittany’s story is just as colorful and eclectic as her signature style.

1. Name:

Brittany Byrd

2. Where are you from? 

LA, land of the pretty women and good weather.

3. What is your sign?

Aries

4.What do you do? Can you tell me about your journey?

I am an artist, curator and designer. I am a lover. I am an experiential architect. I am a muse. I am a sensei. My journey has been crazy, exciting, colorful and very cool.

5. How did you get there?

I got here by having faith in myself and not believing in limits.

6. Who/where do you turn to for inspiration? 

I find a lot of inspiration in anime. Although when it comes to style I fall into monochromatic patterns but anime and that child like mind state reminds me hues of colors and levels of saturation create appealing aesthetics as well. I also get mad inspiration from traveling and how I perceive new experiences and seeing what I can create from that, appreciating the rarity in which you think is important.

7. You do a little bit of everything.  What factors do you consider when picking projects? 

When picking projects I look in how I can make people feel something, weather its building a set, working on an editorial or a personal project such as Glitter Tears. They may have a strong sense of love or just happen to catch a vibe or just feel nice. Success to me is what you feel not what you have so if I can aid anyway in that process I am all for it.

8. What's your favorite project you've worked on, this year? 

My favorite project I have worked on would have to be Glitter Tears, it was a project that wasn't planned and came from a pure organic place.

9. Talk to us about your short films.  What was the inspiration behind those projects? 

Film is a huge inspiration of mine, sometimes I capture life in a cinematic manner. The inspiration behind the film projects I have on my site came from life in new york city, from watching an elderly Chinese woman practice the art of Tai Chi at the park to observing how a metropolitan city such an NY shape skate culture and its ramifications on fashion.

10. What's next for BYRDHAÜS publications?

BYRDHAÜS Publishing is going to create and help support content in which I feel is missing. In art it’s not impossible to find constant euphoria.

11. What are you currently crushing on? 

Currently I am crushing on the Forbidden Monkey Forest in Bali, Tri Hita.

12. Best advice? 

Thoughts become things so always set the right intentions.

13. Your Motto? 

Be thankful. Then you can find the happiness in everything.

14. Your biggest regret? 

No regrets, only lessons.

15. Do you have any hobbies? If not, is there anything new you would want to try out? 

I don't have any current hobbies, but I would love to take up Ballet.

IG: brittanymbyrd

Can’t get enough of Brittany? Cop her new art book titled "Glitter Tears" and check out her website @ http://www.brittanybyrd.co/

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