“Personally, I don’t feel like anybody’s art is bad or anybody’s is a failure.”
“Yeah; kids are really inspiring because they’re not afraid of failure.”
"When you get on stage and you let everything go. You’re just trying to be as vulnerable as you can to whoever is out there and try to connect with them."
"In the long run, I want to inspire others the way others inspired me because a lot of my art is a combination of other peoples art. "
"I think especially trans artists and queer artists in general, it’s really important to show our stories the way we want to show it. We have to make our own films, our own writing, and our own art, based our own experiences."
"Using what I had was like a paper at school, like I did it on lined paper. I doodled on everything. Eventually, it was something that I asked for on special occasions, like materials. "
Amidst the prominent issues engraved in America, racism thrives as one of them.
"I have found myself in the arts, and that is the only choice I gave myself; that is the only thing I want to do."
"It’s okay to be unsure. We don’t really know what we’re doing, we just like making music and we’re still figuring it out. Just start making stuff. Just do stuff; just make stuff. Start putting out music."
"I can’t draw or paint. Photography and video were what I told myself I wanted to do with my life, so I just said, why not get started? "