Thoughts on Life, After the Death of my Father (2017)
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Nonfiction, Videography, Writing
About This Project

An essay about life, love, and loss that I read aloud.

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“We’re in your parent’s car and I have no idea where or when we are, but we’re going forward. That’s all you can do.”