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EBE Spotlight: Matt Ostroff

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EBE’s Matt Ostroff:

Entertainment Representative,

Event Emcee & DJ

 

EBE is made up of a myriad of people and personalities. Throughout this series of EBE Spotlights, we’re looking past the job title and learning more about what makes our team tick. We were able to sit down with Matt Ostroff this week, one of EBE’s Entertainment Representatives & Event MC & DJ.

Matt is one of EBE’s six Entertainment Representatives. His drive and knowledge base are obvious to anyone who meets him, and he can have a conversation with just about anyone. Matt is extremely passionate about delivering an amazing experience to each and every client, which makes him an integral part of our team.

At the young age of 13, Matt and his brother Ben (who is also a part of the EBE Team!) started DJing parties. They called their company “Music and More”, and they worked independently for about 5 years. When Matt was in high school, he was hired as a DJ at Purple Haze Entertainment, and worked his way up the ladder as their youngest DJ. After a few years, he joined with Eddie Bruce Entertainment to eventually become one of EBE’s top-selling Wedding Emcees.

We found an old promo-reel of Matt DJing in 1986 and love it… check it out!

I asked Matt a series of serious & silly questions to get to know him better. Check it out below!

What was the best event you ever worked?
The one year anniversary of Ben-FM

Who is your hero?
Bruce Springsteen

What is your favorite movie?
Pulp Fiction

What is your zodiac sign?
Scorpio

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Steak

What is your favorite thing about your career?
The opportunities it has given me. I have met amazing people because of my job, and have had the opportunity to work with the best of the best.

If you could go back in time, what year would you go to and why?
The 60s. I’ve always said I was born a couple of decades later than I should have been. I would have loved to have attended Woodstock.

If you were a superhero, what powers would you have?
Invisibility and the power to fly

Who would you want to play you in a movie of your life?
John Cusack. I like that dude.

If you could join any past or present music group, which would you want to join?
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

If you had to describe yourself as an animal, which would it be and why?
A fox. I am sly and quick.



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Real Weddings: Ryanne & Conner

By | Blog, Event Highlights, EBE Real Weddings, EBE News

The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

HR Representative, Ryanne, and Third Grade Teacher, Conner, met in 2012 when they were both students at Lock Haven University. They were friends throughout college, and then Ryanne moved out to California for an internship. Conner flew out to visit for a week, and they realized it was the real deal… they’ve been together ever since! 

We asked them to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day with their amazing EBE Team Members: MC Jon Mulhern, DJ Audio Phoenix, and Drummer Rick Lowery. They celebrated their beautiful Harrisburg Wedding on September 8th, 2018 at Harmony Hall Estate. Their wedding style was rustic, woodsy, and DIY with a eucalyptus-inspired color palate.Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

9:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Ryanne & Conner both got ready in the Farm House at Harmony Hall Estate. Ryanne was with her bridal party in the Bridal Suite, while Conner was on the first floor. Ryanne’s Hair & Makeup Team was curated by Liz Lesher, Stylist and Owner of Lush Hair Lab.The couple’s Photographer, Christopher Brittain, arrived for some getting ready photos.  

5:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Ryanne & Conner were married at outside of the Farm House at Harmony Hall Estate. Conner and his groomsmen wore matching suits from JoS. A. Bank, and Ryanne’s bridal party wore mismatched steel blue dresses from David’s Bridal. Ryanne’s dress, also from David’s Bridal, was a gift from above. Her Galina lace dress was retailed for above her budget, but she just kept trying it on. After deciding to splurge on her dream dress, she brought it to the counter and it rang up as $99!

Their ceremony music was provided by EBE DJ Jon Mulhern, which consisted of Vitamin String Quartet versions of 3 Libras, The Only Exception, and I Miss You. Ryanne and Conner chose a childhood friend of Conner’s, Richard, to act as the officiant for their ceremony. After they said their vows, the newly married couple and their Wedding Parties exited to Brandy by Looking Glass.

6:00 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

While guests enjoyed cocktail hour, the newly-married couple took some formal portraits.

7:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened in the main building at Harmony Hall, and the guests were ready to party! Ryanne & Conner were introduced as Husband and Wife for the first time, they shared their first dance to Ferrari by Bebe Rexha. After that, the EBE team was ready to fill the dance floor.

We were able to ask Ryanne & Conner a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite part of wedding planning?

Booking with EBE!! Music was the MOST important piece for us!! Nothing else compared to the excitement we felt knowing the music was going to be amazing. We couldn’t wait to dance all night with our friends.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

Conner’s vows. THEY were AWESOME!!!

What was it like working with EBE?

From our very first call with Joel Aaron…he could hear it in our voice how much we wanted an EBE Wedding. We couldn’t quite budget for a band and they were booking up fast (cause they are amazing, duh!). We hung up with Joel, feeling upset because we had our heart set on EBE. We emailed him an afterthought and said, “What about your DJ pricing?” He e-mailed us back right away and told us to call him. We talked for about 45 minutes and he sold us on the MC/DJ/Drummer combo (DJ Live) which we were SO HAPPY AND EXCITED FOR. It was exactly in our budget and worth every single penny. (Conner has played the drums his whole life, so the drummer element was such an awesome addition.) Our guests are still talking about how cool it was.

What made you choose EBE?

My (Ryanne’s) cousin had a live EBE band at their wedding (Barcelona). I went up to my dad that night and said, “I want EBE at my wedding.” I wasn’t even engaged!! LOL.

If you could’ve changed something about your wedding, what would it have been?

I (Ryanne) wasn’t feeling well at one point and had to excuse myself for about an hour during the reception. I hated it because I seriously just wanted to be on the dance floor.

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Have faith in those you hire to do the job and go with your gut. I knew I was in excellent hands with EBE and when I wasn’t feeling well, they handled it so professionally by keeping my guests going. We picked up right where we needed to be as soon as I gave Jon the go-ahead. I SO appreciated that!

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready, Ceremony, and Reception Venue: Harmony Hall Estate
Hair & Makeup: Lush Hair Lab
Photographer: Brittain Studios
Bride & Bridesmaid Dresses: Galina Lace Trumpet from David’s Bridal
Groom & Groomsmen SuitsJoS. A. Bank
CatererKaren’s Catering
Music
MC Jon Mulhern, DJ Audio Phoenix, and DJ Live Drummer Rick Lowery
Florist: Plenty of Petals



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EBE Vendor Feature: Kathryn Phillips from Finley Catering

By | Blog, Ask The Experts, Spotlights, EBE News, Vendor Features

Photo by Philip Gabriel

In our industry, it’s impossible to execute an incredible event without the help of other dynamic vendors. In our Vendor Features, we learn more about the people who we love to work with event after event, and year after year. Next up is Kathryn Phillips, of Finley Catering.

Kathryn has been with Finley Catering for nearly three years. She is one of their Sales and Event Coordinators on staff, and we were able to steal a few minutes of her time to learn more about her! Check it out!

What makes Finley Catering stand out next to companies like it?

We not only offer a competitive all-inclusive package, we have some of the top venues in the city!

What motivates you to work hard?

Making my clients happy and seeing their vision come to life.

What Wedding Trends are you Loving?

I love seeing food options to-go at a wedding. First impressions are everything, but who doesn’t love late night food after hours of drinking and dancing?!

What Wedding Trends are you Ready to See Go Away?

Garter toss, bouquet toss, formal cake cutting

Favorite Wedding Month?

December

What is your Best Advice for Potential Clients?

Try not to stress to much and enjoy the planning process!

What is your Favorite thing to do in Philadelphia?

Explore the newest spots. I love seeing this city evolve.

What is your Zodiac Sign?

Virgo

What is your Favorite Movie?

Jungle Book

What is your Go-to at Karaoke?

Definitely will avoid karaoke at all costs!

If you could join any past or present music group, which would you want to join?

Spice Girls

Show us some photos you love!





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The Wedding Off-Season Is The Best Time To Marry

By | Blog, Ask The Experts, EBE News

Every year around the same time, you start receiving wedding invitations to fill your calendar in the summer and fall. Before you know it, the majority of your weekends are completely filled, and you are left with little to no down time for impromptu weekend getaways or to just spend time lounging at home binging-watching Netflix. While getting married in the summer and fall months are ideal for many, there are some great perks to getting hitched between December and March. Here are some reasons why we think getting married during off-peak season is ideal for many couples.

More Guest Availability

During the summer and fall months, many people fill their weekends with vacations, family get-togethers, and other weddings to attend. During the off-season months, many guests will have better availability to attend your wedding. Exchange that ice cream bar for a hot cocoa bar and you will be golden.

Amazing Photography

Residing in the Philadelphia area, we are no stranger to snow storms during the winter months. Although storms can cause a bit of a hiccup at your event, with careful planning, you can capture some breathtaking wedding photos by hitting the outdoors with your photographer.

Excellent Discounts

Because many wedding vendors are more flexible during the off-season, their rates are typically discounted. Many venues run specials for hosting events during the winter months, which can result in your dream wedding location at a fraction of what you would pay during the summer and fall months. Remember to be respectful and professional when discussing these discounts and do not demand them.

Better Honeymoon Rates

Many resorts work on the same schedule as the wedding season – increasing their rates in the summer and fall then lowering them in the winter. Based on your destination, you can receive major discounts or perks by traveling in the off-season to celebrate your nuptials.

Photo by Elena Bazini Photography

Getting married during the winter months isn’t for everyone, but those willing to can save major bucks on their event while basking in the beauty of the winter months. Did you find these tips to be helpful in planning your winter wedding event? If so, we would love to hear from you so contact us to let us know!




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Fun Ways To Include Kids In Your Wedding

By | Blog, Ask The Experts, EBE News

Children have the unique ability to steal the spotlight of the event in the best way possible… just by being themselves. If you have children in your life that you would like to be a part of your wedding, you may want to consider these ideas.

Wedding Roles

Giving your little love a title such as “junior bridesmaid” or “junior groomsmen” is an honor that they will remember. They can wear an outfit similar to the rest of the bridal party and participate in all of the events (except bachelor and bachelorette parties, obviously). If the child is a bit older, you can enlist them to make a DIY project to be displayed during the wedding reception or ceremony. If you’re looking for an alternative to the traditional escort to walk the bride down the aisle, you can request your child to be the escort. This job is especially sweet for blended families, as your child can symbolically hand off their mother to her new groom.

Flower Girl & Ring Bearer

These roles are often held by younger children and can be so fun to watch. Young babies can also take part in the role of flower girl or ring bearer with the help of a wagon to tote them along, or another family member carrying them down the aisle.

Reading A Special Passage

To include children in the ceremony, they can write their own special message to the newlyweds or select a special poem or passage from a book to recite to express their thoughts. Alternatively, if the young one is especially talented with a musical instrument, they can perform a song.

Get Them To Dance

During the reception, plan a special dance between the bride, groom, and children that attend. Not only is this extremely endearing to watch, but it also makes the kids feel special and celebrated during the party. Make sure you tell your photographer to capture these memories too!

Photo by Casey Rose Photography

Did you use any of these tips to include kids in your wedding event? If so, we’d love to hear all about it. Contact us to let us know!




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Social Media Etiquette: Dos and Don’ts

By | Blog, Ask The Experts, EBE News

Social media has drastically changed the landscape of communication for everyone across the world. The wedding industry is no exception to these changes and, as a result, the way the wedding events are arranged, take place, and announced are different. Wedding traditions and common courtesy should overrule in certain situations, so we have compiled a list of Dos and Don’ts when it comes to wedding etiquette and social media.

Do: Send formal invitations through the postal service.

Weddings are formal events and really should be treated as such. Sending a formal invitation sets the tone to your guests. Evites are okay for the bachelor/bachelorette parties as they are usually informal.

Don’t: Announce on social media right away.

Your parents, close family, and friends should be informed personally before sharing on social media. Those who care for you the most may be offended if you don’t let them know about the exciting news one-on-one.

Do: Use online wedding resources for inspiration.

Pinterest, The Knot, Wedding Wire, and other social sites are fantastic resources for getting ideas and inspiration for your wedding. Take advantage of their availability and use it to the fullest extent.

Don’t: Share your registry on on social media.

Doing so may come across as greedy (and tacky). If friends and family ask to see your registry, send it to them privately. You can also have your registry hosted on your Wedding Website for invited guests to peruse.

Do: Keep your ceremony unplugged.

You hire your wedding photographer and videographer for a reason – to capture beautiful pictures and video. We recommend asking your guests to keep their phones away during the ceremony to avoid having guests’ phones blocking the view of your photographer and/or videographer.

Don’t: Post photos before your ceremony.

This seems obvious, but it isn’t always! Your wedding party is probably just as excited as you are, and there’s always the possibility that someone might post a photo of you before the ceremony – ruining the surprise for your guests.

Do: Set up a custom hashtag for the reception.

Do you already know that your guests post on social media a lot? Take advantage of it! Decide on a custom hashtag so that you can see all of the photos after the party. You can even book InstaPic, which is a product that downloads all of the hashtagged photos and displays them on a monitor for guests to see throughout the night.

Photo by Thomas Stewart Photography

When it comes to social media wedding activity, keep it simple.

Did you find these wedding social media etiquette tips helpful? If so, we would love to hear from you so contact us to let us know!




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Philly’s Top Ice Cream Catering Companies

By | Blog, Ask The Experts, EBE News

If you’re looking to bring the taste of Philly into your wedding reception, consider having an ice cream bar catered by one of the top ice cream spots. There are some fantastic options to choose from when it comes to the local ice cream company to cater your wedding. From new and trendy to historical old Philadelphia, we’ve selected the ice cream companies that we think you would love to be a part of your event.

Bassetts Ice Cream

A staple of Philadelphia, Bassetts has been in business since 1861 providing creamy, sweet treats to the Philadelphia area. Bassetts moved to the Reading Terminal Market in 1892 when it opened and has been there ever since. With over 40 flavors to choose from such as peanut butter swirl, classic vanilla, and chocolate, every guest will find something they like from your ice cream bar. Bassetts brings everything from scoops to servers and all you have to bring is your guests!

 

Weckerly’s Ice Cream

Opened in 2012, Weckerly’s Ice Cream began in West Philadelphia at the Green Line Cafe by pastry chef Jen Satinsky. Made in small batches from locally sourced ingredients and organic cream brought in from Chester County, each ice cream flavor is crafted to make the ingredients shine. Flavors range from classic vanilla to more wild seasonal options. Catering options vary depending on the needs of the event – from full service scooping to plated and delivered desserts, Weckerly’s is happy to meet the needs of their clients.

 

The Franklin Fountain

Although soda fountains seem to be a thing of the past, they are making a come back! The Franklin Fountain offers that old school soda fountain feel to the Philadelphia area. Founded in 2004, The Franklin Fountain “aims to serve an experience steeped in ideals, drizzled with drollery, and sprinkled with the forgotten flavors of the American past.” Their menu is available for delivery from classic sundaes, egg creams, and phosphates, to delicious floats and sodas. The nostalgic flavors include caramel banana, hydrox cookie (think Oreos!), strawberry, peach and peanut butter.

 

 

 

Did you choose one of these yummy ice cream shops to be a part of your event? If so, we’d love to hear from you. Contact us to let us know!





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Unique Philly Wedding Favor Vendors

By | Blog, Ask The Experts, EBE News

As guests leave the reception at the end of the evening, they will take any goodies with them left behind as a token of appreciation from the wedded couple. The go-to for wedding favors are usually bags of candy or a small personalized memento that may end up in the garbage. What if we told you that you can provide your guests with unique favors that they’ll enjoy, won’t throw out, and are locally made? We’ve compiled a list of local artists and artisans that make some awesome favors that we totally recommend!

Insomnia Cookies

Insomnia Cookies was founded in a UPenn dorm room and has grown to over 100 locations. These tasty treats can be individually wrapped, making it ideal for wedding favors. Insomnia also offers 4 different custom made stickers to match your theme. Starting at $80 for 50 cookies, this favor is totally affordable and delicious!

 

Gourmet Candle

Found on Etsy, this local business creates custom candle tins personalized for any event! They can create any type of label and they are made from 100% soy wax. With over 35 choices of scents, Gourmet Candle is a fantastic option for your wedding favors in any season!

 

LeSaint French Chocolate

Looking for something simple, locally-made, and classy? LeSaint French Chocolate makes small batch handcrafted artisan chocolates held in small, personalized packaging to match your wedding theme. With dark, milk, and white chocolate and prices starting at $20 for 4.5 oz of chocolate, these delicious treats will leave your guests with a sweet taste to finish off an amazing wedding celebration!

 

 

 

Did you use any vendors for your wedding? We’d love to hear from you! Contact us to let us know!

 





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Real Weddings: Julie & Justin

By | Blog, Event Highlights, EBE Real Weddings, EBE News

The beauty of weddings is that every event is different. From style preferences and personal touches, to tradition and inspiration – each wedding is a unique product of the couple’s hard work and planning.

Speech-Language Therapist, Julie, and Lawyer, Justin, met when they were both students at Penn State. They immediately hit it off, and have been together ever since! We asked them to take us on a visual tour of their wedding day after hearing just how much fun it was from their band, Milan 77. They celebrated their beautiful Philadelphia Wedding on July 28th, 2018 at Vie by Cescaphe. Their wedding style was city chic and modern, with green and silver touches.Let’s walk through their day to see how they pulled it all together!

8:00 a.m. – Getting Ready

Julie & Justin both got ready at the Westin Philadelphia. Julie’s Stylist Team consisted of Hair by Amanda D’Andrea and Makeup by Jacqueline Cipullo of All Dolled Up.The couple’s Photographer, Svetlana Photography, and Videographer, Innovation Weddings, arrived for some getting ready photos and video at the hotel.  

2:15 p.m. – First Look

The couple party went downstairs for their first look. Julie wore a Francesca Miranda Wedding Gown that she purchased with her veil from The Wedding Shoppe in Wayne, PA. Justin wore a Tuxedo from Enzo Custom in NYC.

Julie, Justin, and their Wedding Party headed over to the Rodin Museum to take some pre-ceremony photos. Julie’s Bridesmaids wore black floor-length dresses of their choosing, and Justin’s Groomsmen wore tuxedos.After taking their Wedding Party portraits, their bus from Philadelphia Trolley Works arrived to bring them to Vie for a few more portraits before the ceremony.

6:30 p.m. – Ceremony

Julie & Justin were married at Vie by two officiants – A Cantor, who is a close friend of Julie’s mother, and A Rabbi, who is a close friend of Justin’s mother. Their ceremony music consisted of EBE’s Milan 77‘s string section and flute. The Groom & full Wedding Party entered to the tune of Sweet Disposition by Temper Trap, and the Bride entered to We Bought A Zoo by Jonsi. After they said their vows, the newly married couple and their Wedding Parties exited to Come and Get Your Love by Redbone.


7:00 p.m. – Cocktail Hour

Cocktail Hour began in the venue’s pre-function space with an endless spread of food by Cescaphe Events, including a Chilled Seafood Bar and passed Hors d’Oeuvres. A duo from EBE’s Milan 77 played live music while the Cescaphe staff flipped the ceremony room for the reception. Nancy Saam Flowers worked alongside the staff to display large elephant ear tropical leaves in tall, glass cylinder vases and draped white orchids throughout the venue.

8:00 p.m. – Reception

The reception doors opened, and the guests were ready to party! Julie & Justin were introduced as Husband and Wife for the first time, they shared their first dance to Sunday Morning by Maroon 5. After that, EBE’s Milan 77 was ready to fill the dance floor.

We were able to ask Julie & Justin a few questions about their wedding day… Check it out!

What was your favorite part of wedding planning?

We had so much fun choosing the songs for the ceremony and the reception. We also loved choosing the menu for the night.

What was your favorite moment from your wedding?

The best part of the wedding was definitely being on the dance floor all night with our closest friends and family during the reception. Towards the end of the ceremony, we got on stage and sang a song with the band.

What was it like working with EBE?

Working with EBE was an amazing! Everyone was incredibly responsive and helpful throughout the entire planning process. Without a doubt, Milan 77 made the party the best night of our lives. The band leader, LaMont, went above and beyond to meet all of our requests and offered suggestions and advice. The entire band kept up the energy from the beginning to the end, dancing and interacting with the guests. Choosing an EBE band was the easiest and the best decision we made.

What made you choose EBE?

Milan 77 played at my sister’s wedding in 2016 and they were amazing! They were the first vendor we booked after we chose our date.

If you could’ve changed something about your wedding, what would it have been?

NOTHING!

What is your advice to future EBE brides and grooms in regards to the stress of wedding planning and the choosing of vendors?

Relax and don’t sweat the small things because you aren’t going to pay any attention to the minor details on the day of!

Vendor List Recap

Getting Ready HotelWestin Philadelphia
Bridal Party Portraits Location: Rodin Museum
Ceremony & Reception VenueVie by Cescaphe
Hair: Amanda D’Andrea
Makeup: Jacqueline Cipullo of All Dolled Up
PhotographerSvetlana Photography
VideographerInnovation Weddings
Wedding GownFrancesca Miranda Gown from The Wedding Shoppe
Groom’s TuxedoEnzo Custom
Transportation: Philadelphia Trolley Works
CatererCescaphe Events
Band
Milan 77, EBE Talent
Florist: Nancy Saam Flowers



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EBE Vendor Feature: Angel Simpkins

By | Blog, Ask The Experts, Spotlights, EBE News, Vendor Features

In our industry, it’s impossible to execute an incredible event without the help of other dynamic vendors. In our Vendor Features, we learn more about the people who we love to work with event after event, and year after year. First up is Angel Simpkins, of Angelic Hair + Makeup Designs.

Angel became a licensed cosmetologist right after she graduated high school, and has been in the event industry for 12 years. After working in a salon for many years, she decided to start her own company to utilize her talents more. Her team of stylists has been fully trained and licensed to do hair & makeup for every skin type, skin color, and hair type.

As a Bar/Bat Mitzvah dancer as well as a stylist, Angel works with a large amount of EBE clients. She even offers a special for EBE brides – if you have 5 additional people who need hair and makeup done for your event, your hair and makeup is free!

Angelic Hair + Makeup Designs offers hair and makeup trials before the date of the event, and is always excited to take on new clients! Her team travels anywhere in the Northeast Region, and is always available for questions and ideas.

We sat down to learn all about her… check it out!

What makes Angelic Hair + Makeup Designs Stand out next to companies like it?

No two people are the same. No two looks are the same. We specialize in creating unique looks that are personalized specifically for you.

What motivates you to work hard?

Firstly, I am never satisfied. I am continually striving for more and better in every aspect of my life. Secondly, I genuinely love what I do. Making my clients feel and look beautiful for their special day, whether it be a Wedding, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16, Holiday Party, etc., is my #1 goal. Always feel free to contact us at anytime. No question is a bad question!

What Wedding Trends are you Loving?

Glam brides and feminine lace details.

What Wedding Trends are you Ready to See Go Away?

Burlap!

Favorite Wedding Month?

June

What is your Best Advice for Potential Clients?

Have fun. Don’t worry about trivial things that are out of your control. Enjoy every moment of this process.

What is your Favorite thing to do in Philadelphia?

Go to Dinner

What is your Zodiac Sign?

Scorpio

What is your Favorite Movie?

Jurassic Park

What is your Go-to at Karaoke?

No Doubt – Spiderwebs

Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about?

I have been a dancer since I was 2 years old and a professional dancer since I was 17 years old. I am also a Clinical Medical Assistant.

If you could join any past or present music group, which would you want to join?

Queen or Prince

Show us some of your work!





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