I find the most inspiration in witnessing the final result of a complex show. Seeing all the intricate elements come together to create a captivating experience is truly awe-inspiring. The culmination of countless moving parts and the full-spectrum impact it has on the audience is something that is hard to compare. It’s in those moments that I feel a deep sense of fulfillment and pride in the work we do.
Outside of work, I have a couple of things that bring me absolute joy. One of them is writing and composing music. There’s something incredibly fulfilling about expressing myself through melodies and lyrics. It’s a creative outlet that allows me to tap into my emotions and connect with others on a profound level.
One of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever received is, “Anything worth doing is worth doing poorly the first time.” This simple yet powerful advice reminds me that it’s okay to start something new and not be perfect at it right away. It encourages me to embrace the learning process, to take risks, and to grow both personally and professionally. It’s a reminder that progress and improvement come with time and practice, and it’s better to try and stumble than to never try at all.