Sigil A/W 2015-16 was inspired by the far reaches of the globe, particularly Scandinavian raw landscapes, incorporating the elements of earth, air, fire, water into the design process and fabric choices.
For my Final Line project, I created branding and promotional material for my clothing label, Sigil. I carried over the logo and aesthetic qualities into my personal branding.
Professional Business Card
Professional Business Card (Reverse)
Sigil Clothing Label Hangtag
Sigil Clothing Label Hangtag (Reverse)
Digital Textile Design
Examples of translating a hand-drawn image into both tossed layout and repeat in digital textile design based off a predetermined image and color palette. Also below are examples of a mood board for which I assigned a color palette and an example of colorways.
Implementing a tossed and repeat layout into a marketable collection for a specified brand within a structured theme.
Over the course of two years in pursuit of an A.A.S. in Apparel Design, garments were designed, patterned and created under a strict set of guidelines intended to teach multiple facets of garment production.
My internship with Ozen Company (2013-2014) afforded me in-depth training in leather goods preparation, construction and styling. To the left are samples of garments and accessories I worked on either in a patternmaking capacity or construction. Working directly under the guidance of designer Aykut Ozen, I gained confidence and a working familiarity of a variety of leather hides used in custom leather work today.
Much of my photography may be defined as abstract or surrealist. As with my other work, I believe categorizing by its nature limits.