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I'M A STORYTELLER.
A year ago, I had the chance to direct, produce, write and edit a documentary.
I spent weeks meeting people who were – or currently are – homeless. I saw so many different types of people: short, tall, clean-shaven, bearded, black, white, tan, spunky, shy, charismatic, hilarious, ashamed, hurt, human. The experience was incredible and unconventional, and I loved every minute of it. While working on my film, I was able to combine my love for journalism with my love for film. "Someplace Like Home" has not yet been made available to the public.
LET'S GO PLACES------
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Amanda Florian has been singing since the age of three. Before she held a fork, she held a microphone. Florian and her triplet sisters began training in classical Italian. From there, they began singing jazz, broadway and pop. Growing up, they'd travel to NYC to train and sharpen their music, theater and dance skills. Together, the trio has performed on NBC, as well as at Seacrest Studios in Charlotte, North Carolina, and The Billy Graham Library.
Follow the sisters on YouTube here.