Today we’d like to introduce you to Angela Corncchio.
Angela, we’d love to hear your story and how you got to where you are today both personally and as an artist.
I love it when someone scrunches their face and finds something about me to strike them as weird. I use to take it personally when I was a kid yet these days, I counter with a chic smile. Nothing about my life is ordinary. I am so thankful for that. I am a Boston gal that was lost for 18 years growing up in the Midwest. Yet, you always have to make the best of things. I dove into everything I could until I was 18 and able to chase down that “Dirty Water” making my own decisions. I joined basketball, track, yearbook, student council, dance, cheer-leading yet ac-celled at writing for the newspaper and soccer. It’s all those things I did just to keep me busy in the boring Midwest that contributes to me being able to relate to my clients of many trades.
We’d love to hear more about what you do and what do you hope others will take away from your work?
My art, well, it’s a constantly changing entity but it’s safe to say the city of Boston knows me as Scene&Style Magazine posting live from the runways and writing reviews. My message of inspiration would be to never stop chasing your dreams. Everyone who knows me can contest that my passion is on the pitch. I have been blessed by the grace of goal scoring and until my feet say no more, my priority is doing all I can to play soccer.
Sometimes, being an artist can be lonely. Any advice on how artists can connect with other artists?
That is very true! It is a depressing statement especially when you are feeling the depths of sadness from being alone. All you can do is reflect on your work, hold onto that empowering moment of pride in what you do. You can always find someone similar in your niche yet all artists feel this way. You have to sacrifice so many Saturday nights, gatherings, your dating life, EVERYTHING society tells you that you’re supposed to be doing. You have to find the honor in your gift and also keep your mind busy.
Do you have any events or exhibitions coming up? Where would one go to see more of your work? How can people support you and your artwork?
Everything can be found on my website www.belgiocomedia.com There is a page “Scene&Style Magazine” that has all of my articles that have been published since about 2011. Also, there is a page for “The Player Dairies” it has a brief intro and link to my published book about the “strengths and struggles” of an aspiring athlete. Sharing my articles via social media is always great or even writing a review of my work on my website would absolutely be a plus!
- Website: www.belgiocomedia.com
- Phone: 617-767-4716
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Instagram: www.instgram.com/sceneandstyle
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/belgiocomedia