Q: So much of our company is rooted in the re—inc founders' own quest to reimagine norms and barriers society has placed on us. How do you defy or reimagine norms in your daily life (could be related to your self-expression, creative outlets, work etc.)?
A: I came out as a lesbian when I was 12 years old, the same age I started writing music. Music has been a place where I can be completely honest and express myself fully.
I spent many years trying to color within the lines until I realized how much more beauty there is in all the space outside of those lines. I express myself, my queerness, my differences and my weirdness through my music and live shows.
“Sweet, Sweet Honey” is the first record I’ve fully written and produced myself, it gave me the space I needed to fully accept and pay attention to the root of who I am as an artist, as a womxn and as a human being.