A few weeks ago I was featured by @DesignMilk! I talk about how my initial interest in fashion styling led me to art & design, the story behind my name, and how I use Squarespace to create a welcoming space for consumers + clients to discover, shop, and connect. Check it out HERE!
Last month I had the opportunity to be a host at Ladies, Wine & Design! I spoke about how I used goals to cut out distractions in my journey to becoming a freelance artists.
This event was not only a huge deal to me (It was moderated by Debbie Millman), but extremely nerve wracking since this was the first time I’ve spoken to an audience about my creative journey. But It was honestly once of my best experiences in 2018. The night was filled with amazing people, great insight on how to launch a successful passion project, and of course lots of wine! I can’t thank Jessica Walsh enough for such an amazing opportunity.
Don’t be afraid to reach out if you’d like me to speak at any events or panel discussions, I’m down!
Super honored and excited to share that I was interviewed by Founding Partner and Chief Creative Officer of Brit + Co, Anjelika Temple. I'm talking about my journey to becoming a designer, balancing a full-time job and freelance client work, and the purpose and the inspiration behind my work!
I really loved doing this interview. The thoughtful questions that Anj asked, really made me reflect on how far I've come and the everything I hope to achieve in my art career. You can check out the full interview HERE.
I got selected to be Candy Creative of the Week! Candy Creative is a weekly newsletter that highlight the best in tips, tricks, reads, Q&A's and inspiration for the girl that wants to kill it at her career and still have fun.
I was asked about my women who inspire me, how to get your work noticed by big brands, and more. You can check out the full interview here.
Little ol' me got featured by Vans & Van Girls. The photo featured is from my time in Miami, wearing my Nasty Gal romper and my Van's Leather SK8-Hi Slim Zip.
S/O to Norman Cacho for taking the pic of me and for always making me look so cool.
I snapped pics with a disposable camera and collected epherma for a long distance visual interview with Babe Vibes! In the interview I'm talking about how pain helped fuel my work, nice people being underrated, and a lot more. It's definitely my most personal interview yet. You can check it out here.