Born into a military family, fashion was the farthest thing on my mind. Ever since the age of eight, I’ve wanted to be a writer. In high school, I started to get into photography as well. Throw in my interest in fashion around the same time and you have a whirlwind of possibilities for my future. I was too confident in my skills as a writer to cast them off as last season’s threads. So I stashed them near the front of my brain for safekeeping. My passion for style and photography then took the rest of my cortex by storm. By the time I started SCAD-ATL in September, I knew my future path was to be a fashion photographer and journalist.
I attribute my fashion and beauty loves to Seventeen, Teen Vogue and my all-time favorite, Nylon magazine. I am a chameleon of all sorts when it comes to my personal style that can only be described as eclectic. Categorizing myself as hipster, preppy, grunge or any other combination simply can’t be done. I try to stay away from following trends. I just wear what I like or what suits my mood for the day. Essentially, I believe that fashion shouldn’t be about keeping up with the trends of the Jones’s; it should be a visual representation of who you are.