“When you can be comfortable in a room, that’s one thing, but to truly be able to be your real self, to let your creative juices flow, to share your wild idea… it’s not just comfort. You’re not just comfortable. Like you have to feel safe enough to be open and authentically honest.”
I am a PhD in kinesiology and rehabilitation science. I am also a clinician, with a background in sports medicine, so I work one-on-one with individuals, and I help them get out of pain and understand their body better.
This week I featured Drake Hackney, photographer and visual storyteller, whose incredible work has captured stunning images, including those of our very own Pavé The Way models! Read below about his passion for photography, and how he continues to shape his craft!
“A lot of my focus, the themes of my work, not only necessarily deal with identity, but the negotiation of identity…”
“I like helping people build relationships, healthier ones, happier ones.”
Something that’s always been very meaningful to me is being opinionated, outspoken, and having conversations that I think a lot of people don’t have because it’s draining, exhausting, and sort of provocative to reconcile with.
My name is Ishmael Mayhew and I am a serial entrepreneur, Digital Media strategist, and I really just care really about people knowing who they are and really navigating through life and pursuing the genuine meaning of happiness.
This week I spoke with Award-winning Director, Writer, Digital Storyteller and Startup Advisor, Rylee Ebsen.
This week I spoke with Yoga Instructor and Educator, Kelly Stackhouse.
This week I spoke with Chloe and Maud Arnold, Founders of The Syncopated Ladies as they shared their journey and vision as Tap Dancers, Choreographers, educators, entrepreneurs and philanthropists.