In this episode I talk with Terrell Lozada, an American visual artist living in Paris since 2018. She uses imagery and language to create works that explore the metaphysics of gender and power in contemporary society. Terrell shares what sparked her love of travel, what led to her decision to move to Paris, and how she was able to make it happen. She also talks about what it’s been like living in France during the pandemic, and offers tips for those interested in experiencing Paris long term.
What You’ll Learn
- How Terrell learned to travel without using credit
- Why she fell in love with France
- What led to her exodus from the United States in 2018
- The difference between work and talent visas
- The importance of budgeting and saving when planning to move abroad
- The challenges of renting and opening bank accounts in France
- How the kindness of locals can enhance your experience
- What COVID lockdowns are like in Paris
- How living abroad has changed her
- Ways to enjoy and work in Paris without speaking French
- Options for short term stays if you can’t move to Paris long-term
About Terrell Lozada
Terrell Lozada is an American painter and sculptor living in Paris. You can learn more about Terrell on her website, and follow her on Instagram.
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