“I always fear making some kind of a mistake so I always take things slow so I can make sure there’s only a little risk of doing something. I don’t think I have any regrets. I can never define a moment in high school where I look back and think ‘I shouldn’t have done that,’ because I always take at least some time when I make my decisions. I try to look at things from an analytical standpoint just to take time at what things can be done and what can be better. They [my parents] weren’t exactly the richest family growing up so I know that they would want me to have the best; so I always look at that as a way to know I have to try my best.”


Interview Conducted by: Dibo Elango, Conrad Casebolt, and Caleigh Daugherty


Photo by: Dibo Elango