I love to work with challenging design concepts, utilizing non-traditional materials to explore textile manipulation and develop garments that defy expectations. I appreciate invisible design and its quiet impact on our lives, I want the wearer to experience the ease of clean execution.
hidden in plain sight explores surveillance in our visual culture— the duality of wanting to be perceived and maintain privacy. These garments rely on the individual to realize their chosen form— both by asking to be seen and by limiting identity tracking, obscuring human form as something undefined.