The first time I saw Evgeny’s work I remember I was in awe of the colors and feeling I had looking at his inspiring and spectacular San Diego images. He is born and raised in San Diego, and “one of the handful left that can be called a true San Diego native that never moved away.”
The La Jolla Cove photo to the right, I felt so inspired to ask Evgeny to be able to use it for a podcast cover last year. I was thinking literally any cover, I will make it fit the content/title. I was still in the middle of the ‘Art of Respect’ Series and working on new series idea. I was going to design a brand new cover, because I loved the feeling and the colors looking through the rocks. But then he posted a new photo of the Museum of Us with the moon and plane in the middle, I knew that was the perfect photo for the new ‘Culture of Repair’ series I just finished outlining.
Which meant the La Jolla Cove photo would just have to be hung in my home! Even better!
Tricia Lynn of
The opportunities she provides youth especially, is what she wished she had growing up. Being on the TV Show Tonight in San Diego for over 4 years, she learned first hand the hard work and dedication it took to be on camera and how to finesse stage presence, which you really can only learn by doing it.
Now for her providing youth live preforming opportunities, including live webcasting at an impressionable age, helps them acquire their musical stage stamina early on. She often lets local youth play at her gigs, and always wants to jam out with them, broadening their music tenacity.
For Tricia Lynn music is the heart beat of life and she grew up teaching music youth ministry. It has always been a way to give back. An educator as well, teaching 2nd grade, music is a staple in her classroom. She helped launch youth band programs in her school. Today she continually runs into students who years later (in collage and beyond), are still passionately playing music because of her dedication to incorporate it in her classrooms.
She also donates so much time and resources to events and especially for youth, knowing it can help spread the love and appreciation of music continually! Also a DJ, and someone who does music ministry for weddings, she is the perfect addition to any wedding. A one stop shop of perfection for any event, she helps corporate events, go above and beyond in their experience. She does DJ and acoustic sets combined and with others musicians to, such as violinists and with celebrity talent, you name it. Where together she can help bring the WOW factor when performing.
Tricia Lynn plays all instruments, (except wind), and also does looping. She can sound like a full band, with just herself only. Not to mention live webcasting your special event/occasion, she can do it all. This year in 2021 she is starting working on a new single and also started a new band, Mayday!
When she’s not playing music, helping other musicians, or teaching, she’s best known for swinging sticks (Eskrima and Golf Clubs), and believes sharks need to be protected.
Link to TeeLynn Music
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Started in 1949
“Raises awareness of trauma and the impact it can have on the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of children, families, and communities.”
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