A korean-american from texas
I was adopted from South Korea when I was 6 months old and spent the first 18 years of my life in Dallas, Texas. By the time I graduated High School, I had traveled the globe, learned many instruments and had produced original songs and videos (which are pretty cringe-worthy, but everyone's gotta start somewhere).
I graduated from Greenville College (now Greenville University) in 2015 with a degree in Worship Arts and got married to my High School sweetheart a year later. We moved to Springfield, MO where I served Schweitzer Church as the Worship and Creative Director for six years.
We have since returned to Dallas and alongside my work I host a podcast where I further explore the intersections of my identities.
in the workplace
I love working with small teams in fast-paced, agile environments. From developing communications strategies to crafting great user experiences for end-users and behind-the-scenes staff, I thrive when I am helping people tell great stories.
Nothing brightens my day more than helping someone solve a tough problem or using technology to reduce their headaches.
- Strategist & Ideator
- Team Player
- Highly Adaptable
- Fast Learner
Music & Beyond
Music was my first step as a creative, but it didn't stop there. I write and direct films, produce videos and podcasts, develop websites and empower others to step into their own creativity.
Great creatives deliver fun, inspiration and meaning that augments and amplifies the message. I help individuals and organizations do just that.
BUT WHAT DOES 'K.J.' STAND FOR?!
I stand for justice, equality, grace and compassion. I believe that intersectionality is not something to be feared but to be reveled in.
If you want to know what 'KJ' stands for in the more legal, what's-your-name sense of the word, you'll have to hire me.