My path to fashion has been quite unconventional.  I attended a liberal arts college, got my Bachelor's of Science in Psychology, worked in Neuroscience for 5 years, published several scientific papers in molecular/behavioral autism and neurological sex differences and then switched careers to fashion.  I studied at Savannah College of Art & Design before interning in NYC with Lela Rose.  

I still remember my first day of class at SCAD.  I had this wonderfully quirky but incredibly impactful professor who greeted us by welcoming creative insomniacs - those who stay up, restless with ideas bursting at the seams.  I had never felt more at peace.  What once felt like a whim, became a reality.