We had the good fortune of connecting with Faith Renee and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Faith, what role has risk played in your life or career?
Risk taking is essential in becoming an artist. Finding a balance between taking risk and staying true to myself as an artist is my biggest struggle. However, finding new styles and methods of branding myself via photo shoots and genre of music has been rewarding and has pushed me to see myself in a more radiant light.
Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
I feel like what sets me apart is my creative concepts. I’ve been working hard on creating projects that can be transformed into motion pictures and/or visual albums. I’m most proud of my recent project “Lanmou Island” which is available on all platforms. It has an underwater island theme that consist of my dreams and desires and it was super fun to create! It wasn’t easy to get to where I am today because it took time for me to get to know myself as an artist and learn how to be creative on a budget. Nonetheless, I love what I do. I see growth with every project and I stay dedicated to providing fun, upbeat, dancing vibes.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
I live near Los Angeles so a good time to me is going out to eat, going to the studio, and the beach. Some of my favorite places to eat include Benihana and The Boiling Crab. I’m down for Santa Monica Beach because I love riding bikes and watching street performances! Other activities I enjoy are visiting the Long Beach Aquarium I’m a sucker for different types of aquatic animals.
The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
With such a small fan base, support has been hard to come by. However the Healing House of La in Inglewood has opened its’ arms and warm environment to me. They encourage performances and give constructive criticism, which has helped me shake of some of my stage fright. Reading also plays a key role in my writing process. Don Miguel Ruiz “The Mastery of Love” has been a helpful tool complimenting my ballads in love songs.