I graduated from FIDM / Los Angeles in 2005 and have been actively involved in the Fashion Industry since. My experience mainly resides within Contemporary and Young Missy/Contemporary Design with customers ranging from Nordstrom, Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters to high-end boutiques world-wide. I have dabbled in wedding gown design/ event coordination, shoot direction/ styling, and brand management, all of which cater to the "generalist" in me.
My love for the ethereal, whimsical, and people are a catalyst behind everything I create. If you pay enough attention to your surroundings, the energy will tell you where to create next. In between my career path, a long list of projects have been a focal point. Whether it be a conceptual shoot at The Salton Sea, trucking through mountains for a fashion spread, or embarking on a holistic healing apothecary line; I am constantly learning and growing my craft.
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Funeral Parade is an online publication showcasing multifaceted artists & entrepreneurs. Launched in 2010 by industry wanderers, Sheena Snyder and Taide Kennedy, their love for the esoteric, ethereal, and uninspired moments act as a catalyst for Funeral Parade’s annual publication and lifestyle blog. Focusing on the independent creative, a wide-range of features consist of conceptual story-lines, intimate artist conversation, and collaborative projects; intended for the creative & uninspired. Our intention is to provide an open dialogue for creatives to shine light on their work, to offer inspiration for readers, and to connect the community.
The magazine can be found at FuneralParade.com and through READBUG in the app store. For more on Funeral Parade please visit our website.