VIDEO - Parade of Puppy Fur | Play, Quarantine & Mental Health

Parade of Puppy Fur | Play, Quarantine & Mental Health

by

Artist and Educator Greyson “Haji P.” Davis discusses how he’s free from social interactions and pretending to be anything but himself during quarantine.

 


 

Greyson “Haji P.” Davis is a fervent lover of comic books, classic sitcoms, and The Muppet Show. As a professional, he works in the mental health field providing therapeutic counseling to children and families in need.

A former hip-hop artist, he’s traveled all over performing his music solo, and with popular San Francisco based collective, “Rec-League”. Currently, he is the illustrator of several children’s books, which can be found anywhere from Amazon to Barnes & Noble.

You can view some of his artwork on Instagram and more illustrations and writing on his website, Hpfangs.com. Of everything in the world, he is proudest of his daughter, whom he affectionately calls “Piggie Smalls.”

Read Haji P.’s recovery story on OC87 Recovery Diaries »

 


 

✅ For more mental health recovery films, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

 


 

The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a world that will be forever changed and that is ever-challenging.

We at OC87 Recovery Diaries are wholeheartedly committed to providing you with personal stories and films related to the pandemic that may help provide you with #inspiration and hope during this extremely difficult time.

Please feel free to share any of this content with friends or family who may need an extra dose of mental health, empowerment, and change.

EDITOR IN CHIEF: Gabriel Nathan | DESIGN: Leah Alexandra Goldstein | PUBLISHER: Bud Clayman

See Related Recovery Stories: COVID-19 and Mental Health

Glenn is an award-winning director who loves to create compelling documentary story experiences of all lengths for screens of all sizes. He is an avid reader, studied literature in college, and his passion for stories with strong characters and interesting narratives stems from those years. His career as a visual storyteller began at WHYY (the public television station in Philadelphia) where he worked for 15 years before becoming an independent filmmaker. In addition to his PBS documentaries about arts and culture, he has directed films about justice and human rights, and now, mental health. He was emboldened to undertake his current documentary project, Hollywood Beauty Salon, a colorful feature-length documentary about surviving mental illness and finding the courage for recovery, after his transformative experience directing OC87: The Obsessive Compulsive, Major Depression, Bipolar, Asperger’s Movie, along with Bud Clayman and Scott Johnston.