wendy whelan retired from nyc ballet tonight.
speaking of which, here’s 15 year old me being a wimp. 

i love u nerd

some recent inktober gals from instagram

i know i shouldn’t, but i got too excited. here are some senior film rigs..!!

from earlier this week on instagram

for my first MOME class assignment I tested out more animation features in photoshop and after effects. i hope my professor’s sense of humor is as mature as mine. 

i drink tea out of a beer mug

i would also like a fluffy man-bird-husband.

i got caught in the rain today. 

afp-photo:

CHINA, HONG KONG : Police fire tear gas upon pro-democracy demonstrators near the Hong Kong government headquarters on September 28, 2014. Police fired tear gas as tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators brought parts of central Hong Kong to a standstill Sunday, in a dramatic escalation of protests that have gripped the semi-autonomous Chinese city for days. AFP PHOTO / AARON TAM

I don’t usually reblog, but this is very important to me. It is very surreal to see my hometown, which is normally the epitome of order and civility, to be in such a chaotic state. But I am also very proud of Hong Kong for standing up to a corrupt and oppressive regime. Shame on you, HKPD, for your brutal, disgusting treatment of peaceful protesters. I wish I could be there to show my solidarity, but the most I can do now is spread the word. Please share if you can! People are fighting and risking their lives for the right to self-govern. The world needs to be watching. Hong Kongers, please be safe!
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afp-photo:

CHINA, HONG KONG : Police fire tear gas upon pro-democracy demonstrators near the Hong Kong government headquarters on September 28, 2014. Police fired tear gas as tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators brought parts of central Hong Kong to a standstill Sunday, in a dramatic escalation of protests that have gripped the semi-autonomous Chinese city for days. AFP PHOTO / AARON TAM

I don’t usually reblog, but this is very important to me. It is very surreal to see my hometown, which is normally the epitome of order and civility, to be in such a chaotic state. But I am also very proud of Hong Kong for standing up to a corrupt and oppressive regime. Shame on you, HKPD, for your brutal, disgusting treatment of peaceful protesters. I wish I could be there to show my solidarity, but the most I can do now is spread the word. Please share if you can! People are fighting and risking their lives for the right to self-govern. The world needs to be watching. 

Hong Kongers, please be safe!