• Behringer C-1 or AKG P220
  • The cheapest XLR cables available at Guitar Center (pretty sure it's Guitar Center House Brand)
  • Scarlett 2i2
  • Logic Pro X


  • Canon EOS M50 with kit lens
  • Canon 70d with Sigma 17-50 mm f/2.8
  • MacBook Pro 15-Inch, Mid 2015; 2.2GHz Intel Core i7; 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3; Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB
  • Custom LUTs I made
  • ProCreate (on iPad Pro)
  • Final Cut Pro X
  • Compressor
  • Epidemic Sound or my own music


  • Canon EOS M50 with kit lens
  • Canon 70d with Sigma 17-50 mm f/2.8
  • Lightroom Classic CC
  • Photoshop CC

My Pr policy

I only accept products from companies that I truly support or am genuinely interested in; because I am a student, every single video or blog post that I make has to be worth the very few hours of the day I have to create them. All of the opinions expressed are 100% authentic and truly mine, and I will always disclose when a company has sent me a product or is sponsoring The Seoul Search. I will always be completely transparent with my community, and never intend to deviate from that policy. All gifted products will be indicated with a (*) and all affiliate links will be indicated with a (**).

How did you become an "influencer?"

Very kind of you to ask that question, but I'm not! I'm a student and an academic who shares her life on the internet in the hopes that others will feel less alone and further understood. 

Where do you go to school? What are you studying?

Currently, I am attending UC Davis as a transfer student studying Applied Physics! I am a California Community College transfer and have more information about that journey here in "The Honest Truth" series

WHy Physics?

Why not? In all seriousness, it was a complete and total fluke that I fell in love with the subject. I avoided taking math-based courses throughout my entire primary education journey and genuinely hated math. When I was at Moorpark College, I decided to enroll in M20A (Mechanics of Solids and Fluids) and became absolutely obsessed with how beautifully the our observable universe could be explained using mathematics (no bamboozle). I switched my major from psychology/economics/general liberal/fine arts to physics, and well, here we are.

How long have you been doing music for?

A very long time! I started playing violin when I was in kindergarten until my senior year of high school and have been singing for as long as I can remember. From marching band to musical theatre - if it's a music related thing, I've probably tried it! I took a two year hiatus after I graduated from high school and did absolutely no music whatsoever; recently, however, I've found solace in creating music again and it's been a great experience.