If I Could Interview Twenty One Pilots . . .

27 December, 2016

It's a common fact that I love Twenty One Pilots and they are becoming increasingly popular. After watching many music videos and interviews, I have created a few questions that I would ask the band if I ever got the chance. 💔

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    • What did you do with your grammy after you got it?
    • How do you feel about fans that worship your old music? Lots of people love your old albums (such as the self-titled album or even before), and are very dedicated to your early music. Do you wish they would move on from that and leave it behind, or are you okay with people being into music from all different stages from your career? Do you still revisit some of your first songs and how do you feel you have grown since then?
    • Who are some musicians you admire but have yet to meet?
    • What was your dream job as a child?
    • There are really talented fans who make Twenty One Pilots the subject of some really amazing art pieces, how often do you see fan art and how do you feel about it? What do you do with it when fans give it to you? Do you ever feel unworthy of your fans?
    • (For Josh:) Are drums the best instrument and if so why?
    • How has fame changed you as people?
    • You two are pictured as perfect best friends and as practically brothers, but do you ever get sick of each other and need time away? How often do you learn something new about each other that you've never noticed before?
    • Will you be making music for the rest of your life?

These are just a few questions that I would LOVE to ask if I could interview them or even meet them in the future. I really want to know how they feel about people obsessed with their old music, and if you are a fan what would you want to ask them given the chance??


Creativity & Strangers In A Crowd: A Collection of Thoughts

22 December, 2016

I once read that to foster creative thoughts, you must put yourself into a creative environment that will inspire you.

You need to put yourself into a place where you can be alone with your thoughts and let your mind wander. Walking through a neighborhood is a good example of a place like this.

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When the world is reflected back upon a window . . . Do you like it better when 
cloudy, disorientated, unclear?

It's weird to think that trees have seen so much more than we have. We built our lives around them and here they are still standing tall, invincible.

. . . all I ever see are the backs of heads. Maybe one day they will turn around and I'll see them for who they really are, but today I get to make up what their minds hold. 
Will you keep turning your head?

What do you see when you look back into my judgmental eyes?

If you want to change you have to get up and change something.

The days leading up to an event fly by so quickly,
 that I have to force myself to slow down the event itself so I don't miss it entirely.


Advice For Students

11 December, 2016

I have been working and improving these tips for as long as I can remember and guarantee these will be useful! Throughout my years of schooling I've definitely made mistakes and I wish someone had told me to do most of these things from the very first day. This advice can be applied to life in general but in my experience they will make school especially, a million times better. Keep this in the back of your mind throughout the day, but don't forget to have fun and make up your own rules as you go!

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