When I was three I the only passion I was developing was picking my nose. At the age of three, Jessica Schrecker was quickly developing a passion for dancing, something I'm sure her parents initiated. But like my boogers on a wall, it stuck. She was highly invested in this beautiful art form, and at 13 she became involved in a competitive dance troupe. Her arsenal includes everything, with the exception of Hip-Hop --and contemporary being her favorite, she loves the freedom it allows. She's also shared with me how dancing has become an outlet for any emotion over the course of her life, where she could spill her feelings through body movement and expression. She confided that it's been a lighthouse, a sort of life raft, keeping her afloat, "it's helped me get through a lot over the years". If only every one of us were so lucky to have a therapeutic passion throughout our 'growing pain' years.
As dancing has become her life she hopes writing will become her future, she aspires for a position at Rolling Stone, a magazine with a historic past and a now iconic influence. She's headed to a new desert in Tucson to study journalism which will hopefully manifest employment that will empower her to freely dish her thoughts on the new Rhianna single, or maybe even shed some light on the absurdity of Gaga's thought process -- or at least what drug she's taking. Jessica is loaded with promise. Peep the scrabble collage for a short dip into her writing style. It's ambitious, and is clear of garishness. She's certainly on her way. For all of our sakes, I hope she lands the dream job because I'd like to know why Gaga keeps dressing up as breakfast foods. This is Jessica Schrecker, and she's been liberated.