Singer-songwriter Emily Daccarett finds herself yearning for the exciting new times coming. Her creative ventures have lead her to connect with fans and individuals in various areas including her position as a artistic director/designer of womenswear brand. Check out our interview down below:
Thank you for being with us! Where are you based and where would you say your fan base is?
Thank you so much for having me! I’m based out of LA and my fan base is pretty international which I love. They are mainly in the UK, France, Russia, Brazil, Australia and Honduras.
What would you never apologize for?
I would never apologize for forgiving someone else. There have been times when friends have gotten upset over me forgiving someone who has wronged me, but I don’t like to hold grudges. Those feelings weigh you down and keep you from flourishing. Just because I forgive, (depending on the situation) does not mean things will go back to how they once were but we can heal and move on.
Who is your HERO and what does a HERO mean to you?
I have many creative people I look up to, as well as people who have made a great impact on our lives, but the two I consider my heroes are my mom and dad. They are an amazing team and great entrepreneurs. I’m still surprised by the compassion they have for others, they treat everyone equally, their honesty in business, and their perseverance no matter the obstacles. A Hero for me, makes an impression in your life that pushes you to be the best you can be, in every aspect of your life.
What exotic location would you most like to visit or perform when COVID is finally over?
I had planned (tickets and all) a trip to Osaka, Japan this past April 2020….. so when COVID is finally over I’m using those tickets! I also want to go to the Bay Islands of Honduras and would love to perform there on the beach while the sunsets.
How do you juggle the day job and the dream career, or are they one and the same?
I’m also a fashion designer and work as associate editor for The Unseasonal magazine, along with my music. It’s tiring and hectic, but I love the thrill of it all. I use my workouts as way to stay sane and focused. To be honest, I’m still trying to figure out how to juggle everything equally. It’s a struggle and overwhelming sometimes (most of the times) but I wouldn’t be happy any other way.