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HISTORY

Sharing highlights from my education and career.

SCAILLES

My partner and I started out selling jewelry at a diner below a night club. Club goers would come and "ooh" and "aah" over each week's assortment. We thought, this is so much fun, why not open a store?

So began Scailles, a "future fashion" boutique inspired by London's Cyberdog and the fashion book Fruits. Clothing was born of unusual materials and imagination. There was a robot in our store window.

Scailles imported European fashion, as well as provided a platform for local artists and designers. It was also where I first started to design, illustrate, and create...

FASHION INSTITUTE:
EDWARD GOREY

One of my favorite projects from my time at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Inspired by the work of Edward Gorey, it was all about texture on texture, levels of black and white. And, of course, those Converse shoes! It was displayed in a book to fully pay tribute to the artist.

FASHION INSTITUTE:
ILLUSTRATION

I was accepted into the Art Specialization program, and was selected to represent the school in the Geoffrey Beene CFDA Design Competition. Sharing a few favorites here.

FASHION INSTITUTE:
FINAL RUNWAY SHOW

It was with pride that I was accepted into the FIT Graduation show, along with some very talented classmates! My collection focused on drape, piecing, and contrast of materials - all as inspired by terrain.

BIKE IN STYLE

I received an award for logo design in the Bike In Style competition. The competition was designed to promote biking in NYC, in conjunction with the city and LVMH.