"Producing my documentary feature film Angelena: Change The World in its entirety was definitely a labor of love but once again, like the album, it had a very intense healing effect on me. I got to look at not just the violent attack that I experienced in 2012 or the passing of my beloved, Erick, in 2007 but also the magical times and how this journey all began and how I did become a model or how I was dancing in film clips or how I end up in movies. I have been training for this since I was tiny and have always loved the arts and have always enjoyed my life, really. So, I got to remember the beautiful times too, you know I think it’s easy when you go through difficult times to get stuck in that moment when the lights seem to go out and you don’t think you’re ever going to get through it… and it’s that process of getting better I guess. But then when you start to take a step back, as I did with the film, and get to see the whole big picture and you are just so grateful for all the amazing things that have happened and you see why you are doing what you’re doing and what’s driving this passion. When we stand together, with united voices, we can change the world."