It is the memory that inspires me most, what we hold on to, what we let go, and its traces. I am Costume Designer, Set Designer,Decoration,Interier,Design,Stylist, as well as a multimedia artist working with clothing and interactive technologies. Together lead me to form a multi-media design company, Risen from the Thread LLC.
The variety of mediums (theatre, fashion, music and art) allows me to blend techniques and find unique ways to cross genres with a new point of view. From Broadway to an interactive media installation in Times square, I am interested in how to tell a story about people, objects, and relationships to our environment.
Our journey will start since I make a step into your home. I intend to make your home literally an extension of your body. Moreover, I will make it a part of your soul. I’ll make it by using the next simplest tools:
Special mystery tricks, professional angles, an unforgettable environment built by using wonderful wallpapers for walls. Just take a look at some perfect flower wallpapers or trees wallpapers…
Looks amazing, isn’t it?
“I was a party girl, I could not stand being at home longer than necessary,” our anonymous customer Lilian admits. “But our house has changed. I was stunned by these Dark Floral Charcoal Rose Flower Wallpapers. And now I am the best housewife on our street. I just don’t want to leave our wonderful house! The interior that was built precisely for me brought peace in my soul.”
Recent design credits include Broadway’s Bring It On, American Idiot (Broadway and touring productions), STREB’s: Forces and the 2018 London Cultural Olympiad, in addition to numerous theatrical productions, dance, and opera in New York City and around the country.Working as a stylist my work can be seen in Rolling Stone, Vogue, OUT Magazine, The 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, The Tony Awards, red carpet events, commercials, music videos, and promo shoots.
Honors: Baryshnikov Fellow (NYU), NYSCA Grant 2011 as a STREB innovative collaborator, Clothing design inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Nominee for the 2012 Lucille Lortel Awards and the NAACP Theatre Awards Nominee for Bring It On/Costume Design.