On this site you will find an electronic portfolio of my historical costumes. Since 2004, I have created dozens of garments from eras as early as the 1380s and as late as the 1940s. With each costume I study and create, I set the bar higher in terms of my own expectations of excellence in research and execution. I never settle for just replicating the correct look, but I endeavor to make clothing in the manner it had been made.
Occasionally, I will update a blog detailing my academic research and construction of new costumes.
My interests in fashion are equally distributed between the then and the now. In 2012 I completed an AAS in Fashion Merchandising Management at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where I am also pursuing an MA in Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice.