Most widely known for her published poetry book, Eighteen Years, Madisen Kuhn cannot be easily summarized. A writer, a graphic design artist, a lover and a fighter, she is a storm not to be reckoned with.
Madisen Kuhn isn’t just a name, but a brand that the 20 year old has made for herself. Revolving the internet as her platform, she has posted all forms of her art and inspiration from poetry to paintings to films. Madisen tells the stories of her love, her adventures and her struggles with anxiety, and turns them into pure gems.
Her main path of published art is through her poetry. Releasing her first printed book in 2015, Madisen has also shared her writing on her blog and on social media. She can easily be denoted as one of the most successful online writers, having viral Tumblr posts and being a household name - when your household is connected to any branch of social network.
Her eye for film and photography, in addition to her mind of creativity and elegance, is impeccable. The video journals she compiles makes the viewer not only feel that they are on the day trip with her, but also give a sense of security and satisfaction. The videos aren’t infected with mindless clips and talking, but of simplicity and beauty in plainness.
Madisen has an aura about herself that embraces the uniqueness of simple beauty, and radiates the brightness within her soul and mind.
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I’m a strong believer in the law of attraction, which is why I try to radiate only positivity into the universe. What you give out will be returned to you, so I strive to only give my best. My ultimatum in life is to help others. I plan to live through that idea by studying to become a pediatric psychologist, something I’ve been writing down in surveys since age 10. No matter the occasion or what I’m going through, I always feel a sense of security through writing. I drift towards writing poetry, but can find myself going off for three pages worth of my journal at times as well. The matter of being able to let whats going on inside flow from hand to paper is such a beautiful thing in my opinion.