East Coast meets West Coast
I was interviewed for the Magazine Five for Women. It's a magazine that highlights women, their achievements, and their contribution to communities.
I spent some time living and working in New York City as a student and a designer. Traveling on the subway was very exciting and cathartic. When I am in a huge metropolitan city like New York, It is so easy to get creative because there is so much to see. It”s gritty, it’s raw but at the same time it is engaging because of the fusion of sights, smells, and sounds. I was trained on the East Coast (New York) and I collaborated with another designer from the West Coast (California), hence the title "East Coast meets West Coast".