Year 1

Foundation Year (15′-16′)

Natural Dyeing: Giving Your Food Scraps A Home

Natural Dye Official To finish off the year, I was able to team up with Deanna Hutchinson & Joanna Lindell to create a Natural Dye Recipe Book for all the food scraps that have are used up so quickly. This is intended for anyone, easy to follow and is something that users can further extend as they experiment with natural…

A Still Life Study

Being given a series of black and white still life drawings to choose from, we were to reproduce one we liked and collage value scales we made with charcoal on drawing paper (all drawn, no tracing) Then we transferred it onto illustrator and played with a colored and textured value reproduction,  

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

I cannot believe this is something we would watch in Integrative Studio for fashion. I simply forgot how important and universal certain life lessons were that they applied to all aspects of life, all jobs, all subjects. The one thing that the film focuses on is self discipline, reminding oneself the importance of what they are doing and why they…

Bridge Three: An Advertisement

  [because of the questionable layout, please click to enlarge] Making a “teaser” for my topic for my Bridge Four: Final Research project, I decided to explore the general question that got me started/interested: “How has the classic “white t-shirt” made its way into becoming exponentially more expensive than ever before?

Naturally Dying Wool — Felting

To begin, we were given natural wool in class and could choose any color we wanted to dye it– except it had to be a naturally made dye. My roommate and I decided to do very bold colors and this is the documentation: Step 1: Cleaning the Wool to dye it To Mordant the wool we chose to use the Iron…

Beautiful Losers

“I think as a kid you are doing crafts and that is totally normal, and seems to be what you do as a kid and I think what the kind of weird tragedy is that when you become an adult you grow up you lose that. You stop just involving yourself in the joy of color and creation and stuff,…

Bridge One- Reconstruction

For the Deconstruction (Part 1 of Bridge 1), please click the link

Bridge One: Deconstruction

After having deconstructed a child’s raincoat, it has now been reconstructed into a toddler’s swimsuit and shoes.

The toddler’s shoes are constructed with velcro to easily slip a baby’s feet in and out of it. Lined with felt, the shoe is made for comfort and perfect for babies that hate or love shoes.

[courtesy of Delia Creates for the shoe pattern]

baby 2

The toddler’s swimsuit is made with velcro to close the garment like a diaper and there is a surprise, detachable tail in the back for all the children who love detachable things.

back swimsuit tail

Continous Lines

A series I want to do till whenever I decide I stop wanting to make it a series:

[because of the questionable layout, please click to enlarge photos for better quality] 

Room 1101

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NYC Public Library

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