What’s your fave aprés ski activity?
“My sister and I got back from skiing—it was so beautiful to get out in nature. We came back to the hotel and got hard apple ciders and lay down in our room—I felt so at peace.”
How has this year been for you? Your career trajectory seemed to go at light speed:
“I’ve been involved in the industry for long enough where I’ve been able to recognize the difficulty of just [getting] something made. My sister and I have a band—we’re releasing our first official single—and I’ve been trying to get a music video together on my own. I’ve never been on that side—and that’s dealing with production on a very small scale—but getting something together and getting people on the same page is so hard.
“Then, once you finally get something made, it feels so good. But I still don’t have that many expectations. With Unbelievable, I had so much love for it and I worked so hard on it, and I know everyone that was a part of it poured everything they had into it. At the end of the day, I just hope people loved it just as much as I did. And it turns out people really do, and the outpouring of love that the show has gotten—it just makes me happy. It’s such an important story to have out in the world. I feel so happy that people are not only feeling seen by the show and being able to communicate with others about their own experiences. And that they have learned from it because they didn’t know a lot about how trauma affects people or what sexual assault survivors have to go through. That’s more than I could have ever imagined.”