I hope you enjoy this one minute video. I created this in response to the question, “What Makes You Passionate About Liberty?” inspired by a contest being held by Libertarianism.org.
If you like what you hear, I am available for audio book narration and voice acting. You can contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s my first endeavor into using video as a medium and I have a lot of people to thank for their assistance and mentorship. @RandyClemens, @JJEpic and @Laissezfairedr for all of their constructive criticism and encouragement, as well as technical know-how!
I’m grateful for the beautiful song you can hear in the background, “Matilda” by @PriscillaBel with drum accompaniment by @RubenAlexander (2016 © Priscilla Bel).
It means a lot to me, to have found music that not only moves me, but is also in part by somebody who I know and admire. For more information about Priscilla Bel's music, email her at email@example.com You can follow him on Twitter @rub3nal3xand3r And you can contact Ruben Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org for custom compositions!
The thumbnail image for the video comes from a photograph taken by Lukia Costello.
I'm Melissa. Some people call me Honeybee. Therapeutic Massage; teaching Yoga, Meditation, and Conscious Relaxation; and caring for families and babies before, during and after Birth are some of my skills (I'm a doula and placenta encapsulation specialist). Recently I have been delving into audio editing and narration, as well as other voice acting work. Visual arts and writing are also some of my favorites. About a year and a half ago, I moved to New Hampshire, inspired by the growing community of anarchists and activists here. I'm committed to living free from fiat currency to the best of my ability, and am a great proponent of Agorism and Community Building. Whether camping/hiking or tending the gardens, I tend to be happiest out of doors. Informative Intactivism is one of the ways that I contribute to steering the cultural conversations toward supporting the Freedom of the Individual. I believe that all interactions should be voluntary and that honoring bodily autonomy is essential to a peaceful world. What else would you like to know?