Thursday, March 16, 2017

Daisi Pollard Sepulveda to appear in Season 1 of the Ozzie and Quark Comedy Podcast Show

One of the first Celebrity guest on the show is super talent and Internet sensation Daisi Jo Pollard Sepulveda. Appearing in Episode 3 of the Comedy Podcast Show Daisi joins Ozzie and Quark in the cockpit of their spaceship. Daisi teach the boys some lessons in Showbiz and sets the record straight on who is the funniest. This Episode features Ozzie and Quark for the first time from the front and together with Daisi the three have a hell of a time entertaining the audience. 

Ozzie and Quark are two excellent Space Alien dudes, who found inspiration in Earthly Pop Culture, Celebrity News & Hollywood Entertainment transmissions. Being intergalactic comedians themselves in between jobs hauling heavy medal scrap through the universe, they decided to put on their own Comedy Podcast Show and transmit from Earth orbit live over the internet. Ripping, slashing and joking through Popular Culture, Celebrity News & Hollywood Movies, they put on a bone breaking funny comedy show, which is quickly growing in popularity across the universe. 

As future episodes are on the way, Ozzie and Quark's ultimate goal is to grow their large audience into a huge intergalactic following and start broadcasting a full-fledged late night show live from space from one of their old cargo hangers in the back of their spaceship, which has been converted into a 4k HD Late Night Show Studio. Celebrity guests & audiences will be on boarded via teleportation. From opening monologues, to special guests to sketches & original space adventures the Ozzie and Quark show will have you rolling on the floor with laughter. The guys will have their own Late Night Show desk and a suave red designer couch for their guests. One of the first celebrities visiting the new 4K HD Studio will be Daisi, who had so much fun the last time around that she has been already booked as the opening premiere guest star of the premier episode of the new “The Fabulous Ozzie and Quark Show”. 

The Ozzie and Quark Podcast Comedy Show is currently playing on Amazon & Amazon Prime and will be expanding to other platforms soon and is produced by Nutsack Industries.

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Ozzie and Quark Show Copyright 2017 by Nutsack Industries Entertainment 

Monday, August 29, 2016

Daisi Featured on Female.Run

Female.Run is a site that highlights accomplishments of entrepreneurs, creatives and voices to inspire the next generation of females to run sh!*. 

Daisi interviewed with Female.Run about her entrepreneurial journey, pitfalls and daily habits that keep her in top shape and going strong. You can read the full interview at,

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Youtube Creators Hub Podcast Interview | How To Be Everywhere With Daisi From Daisi Jo Reviews

Today Daisi chatted with Dusty Porter, creator and host of "YouTube Creators Hub Podcast" - a podcast series focusing on creators, tools and resources for Youtube. During the interview, Daisi talks about her unique Youtube journey and what lead her to building a successful Beauty and Fashion channel on Youtube, Daisi Jo Reviews. She shared a lot of information about monetization strategies and tactics including affiliate marketing, blogger networks, selling advertising and other resources to make money from content creation.  

Daisi also talked about her other channels, TheDaisiJo, Daisi Jo Vlogs and future channel plans. Listen to the full episode,

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Daisi Appears in New Campaign for

A few months ago Daisi launched the B2B model and photography site, and Diamond Veneer signed up to be her first client! Daisi shot two projects with Diamond Veneer, replacing their original commercial for their premier product - the best simulated diamonds in the world!

In the commercial Daisi presents their line of "elegant simulated diamonds.

See the full campaign at,


Thursday, June 23, 2016

Uncensored Interview with the Keith Andrew Network

Last week I did an interview with Keith Andrew of the Keith Andrew Network. Keith is an amazing host who’s passion is breaking the stereotype of people with learning disabilities. The whole purpose of his network is interviewing people of public interest in the late night talk show host kind of way! 

I spent about 45 minutes talking to him about his show, goals, stigmas about disabilities and of course, my career and what I’m currently working on now. Don’t just check out my interview, check out some of Andrew’s other interviews on his Youtube Channel!

Sunday, April 10, 2016

My News Blog is Joining the Derek Sivers movement,

While Shooting for at Brazen Studios L.A

Hi Guys!

I haven’t posted new updates or news releases here in a while because I’ve been so immersed in my current projects that I or my team haven’t had a chance to update this page. A few days ago I was really inspired by Derek Sivers movement So I decided to shift my news blog to this format and join the movement!

The way it works is you simply create a page on your website that you update with projects you are currently working on. You are free to update it or change it whenever and however often you need to. I’m sure everybody is going to use this in their own creative individual way but I find it  refreshing  to switch away from a  "Latest News” page for a website that represents my personal brand. I feel like by changing to the “Now” format, everything that I post on this page becomes more of my own voice rather than a carefully crafted press release.

Considering how quickly and regularly my projects can shift depending on their needs, I plan to update this page quite regularly and share some of the fun! 

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Monday, February 2, 2015

Daisi Guest Appears on for Mink Couture and LA Queen's Boutique

Prepping for Awards Season with the Grammy's on the horizon and all of the other awards shows are in tow, Daisi teamed up with blogger, Aleksi Sampson to showcase classic evening gown styles that transcend the red carpet!!Red-Carpet-Fly-Red-Carpet-Fashion-Interview-with-Mink-Couture-Designer-Monica-Henderson-/c10sb/43CA7101-C81D-4B45-A04E-22FB7BF8B621

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Daisi Joins Team As Contributor to

Daisi Pollard Sepulveda
September 9, 2014. (Israel/Los Angeles), Daisi Pollard Sepulveda joins as a regular weekly contributor. She will be covering issues with corruption, labor and the trajectory of the modeling industry at large. is a news blog that focuses on industry challenges such as  illicit drug use, nepotism, prostitution, forced eating disorders, racism and abuse. “I joined because I have long been an advocate for more congruency towards how it projects itself to the outside world and  finding ways to eliminate unethical issues. I am glad to join in their fight and I hope my thoughts and ideas will be a valuable contribution to the industry as a whole. ” - Daisi. You can read Daisi’s most recent article on here.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Meningitis News Radio Launches on World Meningitis Day!

April 24, 2014,

Daisi Pollard Sepulveda-Low launches Meningitis News Radio Show, a weekly interview and news boradcast profiling experts, survivors and supporters in the meningitis community. The show will air on Thursdays 11am Central Standard Time. You can listen to the first show at the following link:

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Chinatown Firecracker 10k Run

Firecracker Run Finisher's Medal
As many times as I have done this route just for fun, I was definitely ready to start and ready to finish on February 23rd! On the heels of returning from New York from the frigid weather that is still plaguing the east coast, it was hard getting into the rhythm and pacing of the race. For anyone that is not familiar with this route, let me tell you - it is a doozy! It starts at the bottom flat end of Chinatown and winds up the side of Elysian Park to the top of Dodger Stadium and then down the side of the park back to the flat side of Chinatown. The uphill part is grueling if you do not like hills and/or heat! I ran the route 3 times the week before the race and I run it about once a week on the regular basis so I knew it well.

As a Chinatown local, it is always an exciting feeling when the streets begin to crowd with people for an event. The day before was the bike race and so the energy had only increased over night. The race is very well organized. The community here is pretty experienced with organizing public events and the community is very involved. If you are looking to gain experience running races or organizing one, this is a good place to watch, volunteer and learn. 

I picked up my swag bag the day before. It was a funny surprise to see a bag of Mahatma Brown Rice that by the way, is Kosher approved! I did munch on the Breakfast on the Go Oatmeal Nut Blend although it wasn’t as favorable as some other granola mixes. By the time I got to the Corn Thins and my Vegetable Lo Mein, I was carved up and ready to roll as long as I didn’t exert too much energy by the next morning. I am still holding onto the Tiger Balm and Seasorb for a time when I will need it. Perhaps that will be after my next full marathon, who knows!

Goodie Bag
Firecracker Run 10k T-Shirt
 The only thing I had a gripe about was that they were only providing bag checks for people that took the Metro. Although, I live ridiculously close to the start line (like a block away), I still wanted to convenience of checking my bag so that after the race I didn’t have to hightail it home before enjoying the festivities, etc.

I really love this years race t-shirt graphic and the calendar. It has got an edginess to it that makes you feel like a badass. The medal isn’t as nice as the one from the New Year Race but I am equally proud to have it! By the way, I wore my first Fabletics Outfit and so many female runners loved it, check it out!

Monday, February 24, 2014

Walking With Needles and Body Bags In New York Couture Fashion Week

Last week I walked in the Laurie Elyse "Bandages" Collection at New York Couture Fashion Week. I closed the show which is a huge deal in the fashion world and it was such as honor to do this, especially for a collection like this. The "Bandages" collection took a traditionally disturbing subject about death and translated it into living art. Both Laurie and I have faced the insurmountable reality of death at a young age. Her strength in living with Multiple Sclerosis and using her personal experience to cultivate such an artistic yet meaningful message is amazing. I felt so privileged to be able to walk her runway carrying the type of syringes that impaled my arms for months when I had meningitis. I always like to support people who have supported me. For information about Laurie Elyse and her collections, visit
Daisi Jo Runway Closer for Laurie Elyse "Bandages" Collection

Daisi Jo Runway Closer for Laurie Elyse "Bandages" Collection

Sometimes Successes Aren't News Worthy but They Are Still Successes

Finishing the Firecracker 10K
Yesterday I set out to run my 2nd race this year. This is also my 2nd race since I had meningitis in 2006. Although I haven't had the twitching feeling in my legs for quite some time, I still get anxiety every time that my legs are going to start tingling and will give out but that didn't happen! I made it through step by step. 

My time was decent (53:23) but I still have plenty of room for improvement.   I am excited that I have some training to look forward to in the coming months. 

I think the the most impactful message I can send to anyone living with a chronic illness whether it be short or long term is that you don't have to let that define you or your progress in life. 7 years ago I could only run a mile at a time. At 26 that is a devastating reality but I knew that I could get better. I lived with a mother who had chronic arthritis all my life and I watched her on most days crawl instead of walk but she never gave up and one day she got to the point where she could walk 4 miles a day. So I knew I could completely regain my ability to run. In my present, I am very healthy but I have so much gratitude for the the days when I didn't have the stamina to stand because that is where I learned perseverance. 7 Years later I can celebrate that perseverance by crossing a finish line.