Rome is calling me, and I have to answer. It would be rude if I didn’t, right?
I picked this program because of my religious and ethnic background. Being catholic and Italian, Rome seemed like the perfect choice for me. After I returned from northern Italy two years ago I told myself I would come back someday, and that dream came true. I have never been to Rome itself, and I’m usually up for trying something new. Another chance to speak with the locals, learn how to cook, visit endless churches and soak in the beauty of life!
The exciting thing about Rome is that I don’t think I will ever get bored or starved in this city. The vibrant colors of Italy along with the beautiful Mediterranean sun will be sure to bring me peace and joy. The rich history will inspire me, and the cherished artwork will be sure to move me. The language may confuse me for some time, but maybe it won’t be so confusing after three and a half months. I’m not sure what you will see in my next video, but I am excited to discover it in a short amount of time and share it with you.
Rome awaits, and I don’t think it will disappoint us.
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<p>I enjoy creative self-expression in the form of photography, film, and writing. During my film internship my freshmen year, my co-worker and I wrote and directed our own commercial for a teen film contest. I have done photo shoots for friends and family's engagements, professional headshots, and personality photos. I have also created music videos over the years.</p>