November has been an exciting month! I started out the month with a photoshoot with a very funny American celebrity for Britain’s GQ Magazine. I can’t reveal his identity until the issue comes out (April 2015), but for now, I’ll leave you with some behind the scenes photos!
The following week, I was cast in an Edison SoCal print shoot where I got to get my profesh look on. Baby you can trust me, I’m a professional 😉
This past week I played a mom (!! am I getting old?!) to an adorable four-year old girl for a milk commercial for the China market. It was so fun working with this mischievous little girl.
As Tinseltown gets ready to ring in the holidays with all the glitz and glam that only Hollywood can, may you find love, peace and joy all around. Good tidings to you, and all whom you love!
It’s really a special feeling to work with a photographer who understands you and is able to both capture you as you are, and push you creatively to try new things. I had the honor of working with Michel Roy and Chris Alves last week in a beautiful studio in Sherman Oaks. Michel and Chris both captured moments that I absolutely love! All images below are untouched.
Photo credit: Michel Roy
Photo credit: Chris Alves
Lately, I’ve been going through a lot of emotions: excitement, happiness and hope, but also disappointment, hurt and sadness. When I get lost in the craziness of the world, I write music to soothe my soul. I’ve written a bunch of songs in the last month, and here’s my latest little tune.
Hope you enjoy it! Please leave a comment on my YouTube page! 🙂
Your 20’s are an awkward time… especially when it comes to dating. “My awkward 20-something life” is a web series about the struggles of dating, transitioning to adulthood, and chasing your dreams during your twenties, written by and starring yours truly.
P.S. This episode is totally not based on my life.
P.P.S. Leave a comment on the video if you want to share an anecdote from your own awkward 20-something life, and I might just make a video about it next! 😀
I had so much fun playing Snow White in the all new Star Wars Musical, created by George Shaw! It’s a fan film that collides the worlds of Disney and Star Wars into a musical, shot entirely on green screen with multi-planer hand painted backdrops in Disney animated tradition.
Since its release just yesterday, it has received publicity in Yahoo News, Entertainment Weekly, Angry Asian Man, Cinema Blend, Slash News and more… and is already at 20,000 views! I am so thankful I got to be part of such a fun and cool project. Congrats to the amazing film makers George Shaw and Jeffrey Gee Chin!
Let the filmmakers know in the YouTube comments if you want to see more of Snow White! 😉
Sarah will be performing violin live at the House of Blues on June 28, 2014 from 9 – 10 pm with singer songwriter Isabella Tang!
Hope to see you there!
Sometimes all of me… isn’t enough for you.
Stay tuned for our cover of John Legend’s “All of Me.”
Director of Photography: Krew Keth
Director: Reid Taguchi
Vocalist: Huntin Zhang
Violin: Sarah Ho
I recently did a silent short horror film called The State of Dreaming. Those of you who know me know that I’m a happy go lucky, plucky kid at heart, so this role was a bit of a challenge, but still very fun to play despite the dark subject matter!
Just having fun being hipster on a Sunday afternoon with one of my best friends 🙂
We all go through it!
I had so much fun being part of this project and meeting the talented YouTube community! Special thanks to YouTube Space LA for letting us film there 🙂 See if you can spot me!