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Meet The People: Caleb Boyles, Artist + Pride Collaborator

"I am a gay Southern illustrator currently living in Los Angeles, California. It can be hard to find yourself when growing up somewhere that does not have the same values in life as you; I hope to inspire other queer people living in small rural towns to feel as if they can achieve their goals and be themselves."

Meet The People: River Gallo, Filmmaker + Pride Collaborator

River Gallo is a Salvadoran-American filmmaker, actor, writer, and intersex advocate with interACT. In 2019, Gallo won the GLAAD Media Rising Star Award. They are the CEO and co-founder of Gaptoof Entertainment, a multimedia production house in Los Angeles with a focus on intersectionality and narrative inclusivity, including for people of color, womxn, and those who identify at LGBTQIA+. Gallo also collaborated with YTTP to celebrate Pride this year. Get to know them a little better here.

Meet The People: Jared Egusa, Artist + Pride Collaborator

Jared Egusa is an Asian American artist and actor based in Los Angeles. Inspired by Ukiyo-e, a genre of Japanese art which translates to "pictures of the floating world," Egusa embeds his own identity into his artwork. This year, he collaborated with Youth To The People to commemorate Pride.  

Meet The People: Harper Watters, Dancer + Pride Collaborator

Harper Watters is an accomplished dancer, a soloist who dances with the Houston Ballet. His audience, however, isn’t limited to Texas—he’s also known for the viral videos in which he appears on a treadmill in pink platform heels, the first of which garnered over a million views. His YouTube series The Pre Show gives a glimpse into the lives of professional dancers. This year, Watters collaborated with YTTP to celebrate Pride. Get to know him here. 

Meet The People: Matt Meinhardt Brings Mindfulness to Every Interaction—Including Bartending

Matt Meinhardt is an artist, model, and craft bartender, and appeared in our campaign for the Yerba Mate Resurfacing Energy Facial. “What drives me within these fields and beyond is exploring and advancing them with freedom of discovery,” he says. Here, Meinhardt unpacks his surprisingly recent discovery of self-care, and the importance of mindful interaction—"the thoughtfulness in your execution of whatever it is that you're doing is a reflection of how you lead your life,” he says.

Meet The People: Lyric Burns on Independence, Positive Energy, and Staying Present

Meet model Lyric Burns, featured in the Yerba Mate resurfacing Energy Facial campaign. “I moved to the city three years ago to pursue my passion for modeling and to become a powerful woman who excels in her own craft and uses her platform to give back,” says Burns. Her motivation comes from her faith and family: “I am driven by my Christianity, as well as my love for my little sister whom I helped raise into the woman she is now becoming.” The Albuquerque, New Mexico-born Burns spoke to YTTP about positive energy and self-care, and staying centered in a time of crisis.

Meet The People: Brinda Iyer on Energy, Rest, and Respect

Meet Brinda Iyer, one of the models in our campaign for the new Yerba Mate Resurfacing Energy Facial. They’re a creative and an artist—Iyer also works as a radio host, is a creative director, and performance artist. Here, they open up about cultivating positive energy, the importance of rest, respect, and how they're dealing with the current pandemic.

Meet The People: Sydney Schafer on Compassion for Ourselves, for the Earth, for Humankind

Youth To The People is skincare for all—but we’re more than that. Youth To The People is a platform to raise up all voices, and we cast our latest campaign with this notion in mind. Featured here is 24-year-old actress, model, event producer, and mother, Sydney Schafer, who believes in the power of love and understanding to solve the world’s problems

Meet The People: Han Na Shin on Body Positivity + Mental Health

Youth To The People is skincare for all, and we cast our latest campaign with this notion in mind. Featured here is 24-year-old model and PhD student Han Na Shin, who advocates for mental health and body positivity. Shin got into modeling as a way to foster a better relationship with herself: “I knew that I should learn to love myself for who I am. I started taking pictures of myself and posting them on Instagram. Each photo I took and shared, it was a thank you letter to myself.”

Meet the People: Gillean McLeod on the Confidence That Comes With Aging

Featured here is the 63-year-old Gillean McLeod, a model and stylist in Los Angeles, but would you believe her start in modeling didn’t come until just about four years ago? With age has come a better sense of self, and the confidence that comes with it: “I've let go of an awful lot of fear,” says McLeod, “I'm talking about the way I look and the way I feel about my looks. And I just feel like I'm free.”