For me, the past few months have been nothing but working and playing hard (And spending nights with the San Francisco Giants – yay baseball season!)! My day jobs have been going well, and my internship at the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, which wrapped up at the end of last month, was an experience I’ll value forever. As I continue my search to find a full-time job related to my passions and interests, I feel grateful and excited for any opportunities that will allow me to do what I love and develop my craft.
After diving into the PR field at SFIAAFF30, I am going back to writing and will continue to tell stories from the Asian American community with my new gig at Audrey Magazine! Today, I was selected as a Bay Area correspondent for the publication’s website, and will be contributing monthly pieces focusing on happenings, faces, places, and entertainment in the Bay, relevant to the modern Asian American woman. I hope to also be able to produce some rich media for the website. I feel very passionate about this publication and position and I’m incredibly stoked that I’m going to be a part of it!
Not entirely relevant to this new development in my life, but I’m definitely hoping to get back on track with my two blogs, especially now that summer movie season is rolling around! In the meantime, if you ever feel like talking movies, sports, or whatever (And to get updates on my blogs and stories for Audrey once I write them!), I’m always available on Twitter!
And please be sure to visit AudreyMagazine.com and subscribe to email updates, like Audrey on Facebook, and follow Audrey on Twitter! You can also subscribe to their quarterly glossy magazine! As you’ll see right away, they’re pretty darn fabulous!
As always, thank you all for following me on the journey. 🙂
Congrats on the new gig! Sounds like you’re a perfect fit for the job. 😀
Thank you so so much! It definitely combines a lot of things I enjoy and mean a lot to me!
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