Lashauna D. Hinton
Live to Love Life…
Lashauna D. Hinton was born and raised in Michigan. Currently, she resides in Florida.
She is an Author/Poet/Screenwriter/Journalist, with degrees in Radio/TV Broadcasting and Psychology/Sociology. As an advocate and activist she supports Child/Youth, Change, The Occupy Movement, 9/11 Truth, Love, Spirituality, and Peace.
She began writing poems in the 6th grade and wrote her first screenplay during her senior year of high school, at the age of 17. Passionate about writing, it was then that she decided that her career would involve all aspects of film production.
Lashauna is the author of the published original collective book of poems “Lyrically Lost in Love”. This work is nestled amongst other poems, short stories, articles, scripts, and research papers. She is an associate producer for the film “Anna and Modern Day Slavery” and plans to produce many more films in the near future.
She is uplifted by gifting and receiving enlightenment. It is most important to her to be sharing her heart by way of written advocacy, drawn from inspiration and projected towards positive change.
Lashauna offers this thematic thought:
Life is as long as you Live it.
(Bio – Edited by Sammi Law, Gems Via Thailand)
Life's journey includes loving yourself enough, so that you can love others! -La