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Fashion has always been my passion but in the last couple years I have put my efforts and talents into transforming fashion conceptually into architectural design. Throughout my architectural career at Barnard College of Columbia University, I have pushed boundaries and redefined what architecture can represent through the eyes of a black artist. I have dedicated the last two years to exploring the intersections of architecture, art, race, and fashion. As one of the few if not only black students graduating from my program this year, I hope to inspire other black and brown creatives to explore the architectural field as an intersection for the future of design. Following graduation this spring I will be focusing on my modeling career as well as digitizing the fashion industry on a three-dimensional scale, and more importantly, finding ways to make fashion more accessible for up and coming black and brown creatives. I am always creating, transforming, and evolving, in other words I am a chameleon. I utilize my various skills and talents within my career as a model in order to display a unique perspective, artistry on and off the camera.