Needless to say that fashion and style is what my world revolves around. At 26 years old I’m still trying to figure out what my individual style is and having this blog is helping me in the process.
I graduated in 2009 in the Fashion Marketing and Management program at The Art Institute of Vancouver. I carry over seven years of experience in the fashion industry in various roles such as; Personal Stylist, Stylist Assistant, Production Manager, Backstage Coordinator, Visual Merchandiser & Retail Management.
I am currently working as the artist behind I See Noise while I write this blog, the perfect mix of art and fashion.
(above image from the october issue of framework magazine HERE. makeup by tamar taitinger and photography by whitney krutzfeldt)
Below is a quick Q&A from a past post I did. Enjoy!
Q: Do you blog full time?
A: I currently DO blog full-time while I work as the Owner, Founder and Artist behind I See Noise Prints.
Q: Why did you start blogging?
A: I first created an online portfolio that quickly turned into a blog. Why I started blogging continually is simple to answer. It’s incredible what writing your thoughts and inspirations on web-paper can do for your self esteem and creative thinking. This blog allows me to constantly be creative, inspired and has platformed me into paths I didn’t expect in my life.
Q: How did you get your start in the fashion industry?
A: While going to school (full-time) for Fashion Merchandising and Management and serving at Moxies Classic Grill (full-time) I volunteered for as many events as I could and took on internships at an online fashion magazine and with a prominent Vancouver stylist. This allowed me to create a network of people to contact once I graduated.
Q: What are your outfit essentials?
A: Dark denim skinny jeans, a collared silk blouse, black booties and gold accessories.
Q: What are your beauty essentials?
A: A great moisturizer, eyelash curler, voluminous mascara and a light rose blush.
Q: Do you take all of the photos on your blog yourself?
A: I do unless stated otherwise. Technically it’s a friend that takes them for me, and vice versa. I use a Cannon Rebel T3i.