I am a freshmen at Trinity University in San Antonio, Tx, where I try to juggle my music, my job, and my studies and still find time to volunteer.
Since I was a little kid, I knew I wanted to use my outgoing and friendly nature to change the world. I love working with people – especially children and senior citizens- and hope that my future career will lead me to helping people in need in anyway I can. Although I cannot do much yet, I use all of my talent and resources to help bring smiles to everyone’s faces.
When I was 11 years old I founded the Polka Dots Project and
recently we celebrated 7 years of service with a performance at Methodist Hospital in Houston learn more about Polka Dots If you want to know more check out the volunteering page or connect with us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/polkadotsproject/
My family is first generation emigrants but I am living the american dream. I am lucky to have a job that I like; I have been performing with the German band Das Ist Lustig for the past seven years all over the state of Texas. As a part of my job in the band, I engage with the audience and get them to participate. This means that I get the opportunity to dance and play with many wonderful children. The enthusiasm and pure joy that I receive when we interact is priceless to me. Check out my work history .
I know I have what it takes to fulfill my dream and I am familiar with the hard work and dedication. I started my journey as a street musician at the French Quarters in New Orleans but I ended up performing in Carnegie Hall and at the World Saxophone Congress – See more about my musical journey
I am very proud to be active in my community and to be involve in many exiting things going on around . This have brought me to the public eye , I have had several publications about my work and I have been lucky enough to publish a few articles myself . Click on the link to learn more