About

Hello! My name is Rebecca Ahn…

As a creative chameleon and jane-of-all-trades, I go by many different names: consultant, productive artist, writerpoeteller, warrior, tough cookie, or even just “Beat“. Since 2011, I’ve been living life in the freelance fast lane pursuing a unique adventure of telling stories, empowering others, and strengthening business productivity in the arts. Ever-present in every step (and name) of this somewhat atypical path has been my passion and mission to inspire, educate, empower, and protect.

As a stunt performer & coordinator, I create action sequences in films that goes beyond today’s traditional mold and set a new standard for combining compelling storytelling & dynamic female roles in the action, thriller, and related film genres.

As a warrior and tough cookie, I inspire women & humankind to recognize and foster their own inner resilience and compassion – the combination of which is the ultimate and most meaningful form of strength.

As a consultant, productive artist, and writer, I help clients, creators, and businesses to infuse their offerings and operations with greater structure and strategy, building a model to sustain themselves, focus on what they love, and tell compelling stories.

As a poeteller, I bring new life and perspective to the art of poetry and how we interact with its form, combining its rhythm and romance with the character arc and flow of longer form storytelling.

And if you know me as “Beat,” then you know that I’m not a sit-on-the-sidelines kinda gal. I’m an aries, the first sign of the zodiac, and action-oriented adventurer with a heart of fire and a passion for life. I take every day with a goal to live as fully, authentically, and productively as possible. And I can only hope to inspire others to do the same.

Feel free to contact me for more information or references, or to discuss any ideas for possible collaboration, consultation, employment, or other adventures.

 

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