Dance is my first form of art.

At the age of 2, I was put into the Hyde Park Dance academy in Boston, and danced there from 2-18. There I learned tap, jazz, ballet, and modern dance.

I danced in high school, in college, and I continue to dance today!

In high school, I was apart of the school’s dance company, and I was in the choreography class.

In addition, I was also the captain of the school’s step team for 2 years

In college, is when I began to dive into my roots, and dance and choreograph dances to Caribbean and African music.

I love to dance so much, that I even dance everyday in my room, like no one is watching lolll.

This video below is a preview of a dance that I was in the midst of recording before Coronavirus came, and forced everyone into a quarantine.

I hope you enjoy this preview Fashion Icon, feel free to share some forms of creativity other than fashion, that you engage in?

What are ways that you express yourself?


Newsboy Cap: Vintage gem, passed down from my Fashionista Aunt’s closet

Sweater: Thrifted

Jeans: Thrifted

Shoes: Moccasins

Song: Legend by Shal Marshall (Soca 2018) (Soca music is Caribbean music, that originated in Trinidad & Tobago)

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