Collaged image for a party invitation.
A lopsided vessel, hand-thrown.
Fitting on myself, not as easy as I thought it would be.
Brand identity and name brainstorming.
A continuation of an organza sculpture project, now being sold at Oof Books in Los Angeles.
Hand studies in plaster of paris.
Studying natural vs lifted breast shapes and contours.
I'm not vegan but this non-dairy coconut matcha ice cream with black sesame brittle is the best thing I've made all summer.
Development of set-in padded cup construction for couture bridal corset.
Made a top to wear to work for my birthday :)
A kimono test proto: pattern drafting and garment construction
Just took a sublime road trip through the southwest to finally see some of my favorite land art pieces.
Citrus Rosewater and Cinnamon Donuts
Development, pattern, and construction: proto sample for some dreamy gauze and lace shorts
First muslin fitting for Chaie's bridal suit.
The completed bridal suit, in velvet with contrast charmeuse silk lapel.
Developing a print with live flowers.
very proud of how this raw seam detailed, digital ditsy print silk dress (commissioned by a friend for a wedding) turned out
slip dress test proto (dreaming in opacities of chiffon)
"opera cake" almond sponge, layered with chocolate buttercream and black currant jam, covered in chocolate ganache. my best yet
new website // new inspiration wall
dabbling in coiling ceramic techniques
developing a constructed plaid out of mesh, organza, and habotai
falling in love with materials
first attempt at bias draping
testing hand script embroidery
brownies from scratch with matcha icing and rose petals
organza dildo. part of a series of organza "girl products" - items marketed solely to women.
weekend patterns and swatch testing
A draped crepe de chine silk tank.
working on the perfect button up shirt
homemade herbal tea blend
design sketches for a fall womenswear collection
shortbread: english for glorified butter
a bird in paradise (paradise being my quiet apartment)
when you're going to Mexico City and need a blouse to wear around all the French windows