A Campaign To Lift Up America’s Youth Struggling With The Realities of COVID-19
Loren Gray, Tori Spelling, Gunnar Gehl
Audrey Mika, Lexi Hensler, Christian Wilson, Gunnar Gehl
Andrea Russett, Nick and Sienna, Alivia D'Andrea, Kelly Wakasa, Gunnar Gehl
Andrea Russett, Josie Jabs, Gunnar Gehl
NESSA BARRETT, GUNNAR GEHL
Now more than ever, the conversation around mental health needs to be normalized. Through COVID-19, I personally have struggled with my own mental health like never before. I tried for weeks to find resources and help, and with little found, I thought maybe the answer isn’t in a single person or a single resource but rather, the answer is coming together as humans.
I called my friends in the creative community, and a lot of them were feeling similar ways. I asked them if I were to put something together, would they join me in normalizing the conversations around mental health.
One Second of One Day is a moment in time where we’re creating a sense of normality, in a world where nothing is the same. We have created a COVID safe production space that has a higher level of production than a lot of concerts you would normally attend IRL, where we will be playing new music each week and talking about our own experiences with mental health.