Not just what you’ve been through, but also who you are.
P.S. | Music as Communication
“Do you ever feel like you want to tell someone you love them, but you just don’t have all of the words to do so? Music allows me to. I can get on the piano and write a beautiful ballad and they’ll understand how I feel.”
“I work for LAPD in the Robbery Homicide Division in the Special Assault Section where we investigate stranger rapes, serial sexual assaults, unsolved sexual assaults with DNA, and high profile cases”.
“In high school I turned my sight towards film making and wanted to get into the production side of creating movies. I soon realized I am not a director; really the only thing I like about movies is how they look. I dedicated my life to studying design.
“This project was from our hearts, It was not a business deal; we were trying to project a message. If you have family members with Alzheimer, or really any disease, the caregivers have to go through a lot mentally, and we need to appreciate them.
As a child of someone with Alzheimer’s, you have a choice. You can submit your parent to a nursing home, or you can stay with them and take care of them. This is the choice the main character has to make. He could leave, travel the world, be happy…and his father would never even know, his father doesn’t even recognize him.
“I went to a music festival once and I just loved how everyone seemed to connect with each other through music. Complete strangers come together for an artist and become best of friends, and that drew me to DJing.