A 6 piece collection inspired by the evolution of modern arms and armaments, and their fictional counterparts. Clothing to me has always been a little part self expression, a little part costume. It should represent who you are yes, but also who you’d like to be and shield you until you get there
3D printed bangles that explored the creation of an infinite series of forms with generative algorithms. [Created in Processing with Toxiclibs + OpenGL]
The Reaction-Diffusion equation used to create pattern sensitive prints for dresses and complex textures of knitwear.
Waterbomb was a study of the kinectic properties of soft origami created in collaboration with Mahvish Nagda.
Kitsune is a collection of generative clothing that I designed and created over a course of two months for the Carnegie Mellon student fashion show Lunar Gala. The collection focused on using generative strategies I've employed in past projects in order to create pattern and texture. I learned an incredible amount about fit and pattern...