I was born in Toronto, Canada but grew up in South America, living in Venezuela and Ecuador, where I completed high school. I did the first two years of my undergraduate studies at Western University and then transferred to Ryerson in 2017.
I have been fortunate to experience different cultures and countries through work and a study abroad program in Singapore. I am currently finishing my final semester at Ryerson University where I will receive an Honours Degree in Professional Communications, Bachelor of Arts.
This research project studies the interplay between music and human emotion. An online survey ran for ten days, collecting 277 responses which provided insight into personal music preferences and music listening behaviours. This project explored the connection between music and human emotion, finding strong evidence to support such a connection. The survey results are backed up by research in various disciplines, including social sciences and archeology. Music is part of human language and continues to evolve and develop, being a fundamental part of what it means to be human.