Born in New York City and raised in Long Island, New York, my journey took a significant turn at age 13 when my family moved to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This move profoundly influenced my life and creativity, as I believe that art, music, and fashion are interconnected forms of expression. This experience shaped my color sense and ignited a love for bright tropical colors.

Drawing has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, with my first art show in kindergarten. My passion for fashion, sewing, and creating led me to take fashion design classes in high school, where I learned to drape at age 16. This path guided me to the Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.), where I majored in haute couture, tailoring, ready-to-wear, and knits. I was honored with Lord & Taylor’s AMERICAN DRESS ADDRESS by Oscar de la Renta, one of my favorite designers.

After graduating with a bachelor’s degree, I began working on 7th Avenue, designing for major brands such as Donna Karan, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Perry Ellis, Gloria Vanderbilt, and Tory Burch. Later, I transitioned to freelancing, which offered me the freedom and creativity I craved. During this time, I discovered my love for Adobe Illustrator and enjoyed drawing and sketching fashion by hand and digitally, including using Procreate. This passion is reflected in my work, from clothing to bags and wall art.

Recently, I won the Printed Village print design contest, and my print was featured during New York Fashion Week. My work is currently found at major retailers such as David’s Bridal, Papyrus, Walmart, and Wayfair. Today, I am experiencing significant success online, with features on many sites worldwide. As art and technology evolve, I love growing and adapting alongside them, continually incorporating new tools like Procreate into my work.