Meet Team Rebel Love

Thea May

Virtual Assistant


Owner and Founder

Micheal Andre

Executive Editor

Cindy Lynn

Virtual Assistant


Graphic Designer

About Brenda

Brenda is a graphic designer who loves to create useful things that help her and others to improve either personally or professionally, she has passed through a path that taught her to be grateful for all the good and bad, to take the challenges that life brings. She is a committed, supportive and a bit introverted person, who usually spends her time making designs, memes, drinking tea and occasionally near the beach to the rhythm of Jaws theme, an older sister of 3 and a Redditor who in the last bits came across the Rebel project which fortunately welcomed her and brought her here. “Thanks, Rebel Love Team and thank you who are reading this for being here, feel free to get in touch ;)” - Brenda

About Cindy

Cindy is a Virtual Assistant, book lover, dreamer, writer, and proof-read. She’s a Ninja Mom to an amazing son and teacher for the past 23 years. Newest member and proud soldier of the Rebel Love Army. Cindy is on a quest to living the life of her dreams!

About Micheal

Talia and I fell into conversation as coworkers at an oyster bar and discussed the merits and functions of a blog. Tal was in a heavy ruminative phase about relationships and she had begun to imagine a digital forum for discussion on the matters that occupy us every day, but go undiscussed or misunderstood. We’ve developed a partnership that enriches us both, where I get to use my ear to help crystallise the pulse of her ambition. My educational background is in English Lit., but I credit most of my ability as an editor to keenness for reading that’s consumed my life over the past 5 years. I like to read poetry, fiction, and philosophy, and digest or undertake anything germane to that field of art. Most importantly, I like what regards as writing as entangled with reading, thinking and living — writing as cosmology, language as love and logos. When editing for RL, I try to sharpen the contributor’s expression, usually by trimming excess and finding with awkward syntax. I insist that moralising doesn’t stifle the individuality of the story told — so my respect is given as much as to the piece as to it’s author.

About Talia

Talia is the owner and founder of Rebel Love, a blog that was conceptualised during a difficult period of her life, that hopes to turn pain into something positive by fostering discovery and connections. She realized she wasn’t the only one who had a hard time processing pain and letting go of the past, so after a particularly trying year, Rebel Love was conceived as medium for discourse and healing. It took 3 years to actualise this dream: of a place to share and to discover. Rebel Love is a place where we strive to create the best versions of ourselves, celebrate love and enjoy life’s offerings. Talia has traveled the world, working from her laptop for the past 3 years. She loves laughing, being around her friends, playing music, really good food, and love.

About Thea

Thea is a free-spirited person who loves music, going to the beach, hiking and spending time with her little family. A customer service representative for the past 6 years. A new goal digger mom with passion for her dreams. A believer of "do what you love and love what you do". Happy and more inspired that she's with Rebel Love.

“The more comfortable we get with opposing realities co-existing,
the more maturity we gain.”

“The more comfortable we get with opposing realities co-existing,
the more maturity we gain.”

—Julie Stoian