Best memory was the rainy morning before our inter-house athletics day. When Master Mario Feisaitu gave our red house a speech to rally the boys and get our spirits up and ready to compete for the day. He gave such a glorious speech, everyone's heart was on fire. It felt like I was in a room filled with soldiers about to serve their country in the greatest battle to ever be fought by men.
The greatest lesson I think I ever learnt from Marist was something I learned once again from Master Mario, and that was that: some moments in life, the man that doesn't raise his fists against his brother and chooses to walk away, he is the true warrior.
I came to the states to be reunited with my mother who I had not seen for a decade. And then to eventually pursue my dreams of becoming an actor. Currently studying at Yale University, New Haven Connecticut for my Master’s in Fine Arts (2015-2018)