third.i.tired magazine

ISSUE #1: Steppin’ out the shadows In the journey of creation, it can be very difficult to know what to do with the light at the end of the tunnel. By this I mean, you can spend so much time and energy bringing an idea to life. Continuously talking yourself up and down throughout the entire process. The process of bringing yourself down, to then … Continue reading third.i.tired magazine

The Moving Home Project

The Moving Home Project was a brief collective I was a part of in the summer of 2016. We were brought together on a daily basis for two weeks to explore our experiences with lives consisting of a lot of transition brought on by the child welfare system. We discussed themes of expression and how the experiences effected each of us, and expressed though different … Continue reading The Moving Home Project

third.i.tired

As an attempt to bring together young creatives from all different walks of life and different skill sets to form a collective, I created third.i.tired, with the assistance of my friend Stefana. The goal is to have a platform for young people to come together to collaborate on different projects to help build everyone’s portfolios, and to complete work they are proud of. It is … Continue reading third.i.tired

underbellysociety

My mantra towards fashion and my whole outlook towards it has always been, “Why make more, when we have so much we can re-use and upcycle?”. I have the abilities to pattern draft garments from scratch and construct them but I feel the amount of waste it creates, to only one day become more and more waste is just pointless. I would rather modify an … Continue reading underbellysociety

DBC: origins of da bag

DIMEBAGCREW// est. 2012 After flunking out of college on my first try, I was young, stupid, and didn’t know as much as I thought I did. It was a wild time of youthful expression and recklessness. A lot of very low points, sprinkled with very high peaks. There were times I had nothing, and no one. It is in those times that I began to … Continue reading DBC: origins of da bag