In 2012, I had an epiphany; a "God Thing" is what I call it. Out of nowhere, a song came into my consciousness. Since then I'm in the mode of "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" "We're On The Move." Teachable Clothing® was also the inspiration of a song for the creation of this early educational tool that teaches toddlers to preschoolers their alphabets, numbers, colors, geometric shapes, character, diversity, and environmental awareness using their very own clothing. It's also a culmination of my past experiences and love for fashion. I found that creating this learning avenue for children would be my destiny. I also like to refer to it as an innovative, altruistic action that serves a purpose of bettering the leaders of our future: children. The song that came into my consciousness was the Jackson Five ABC song inspired this early educational tool.
I began my career in Chicago at Mrs. G's neighborhood designer dress shop, working for the Greenberg store while in high school. My next stop was HMH Publishing and later enter the music industry holding titles as a fashion stylist, visual communications designer, and publicist at various labels: ABC Records, Casablanca Records, Solar Records and Motown Records. During my time in the music industry, I could hone my professional skills while working with some of the most significant recording artists of my generation other creative mover and shaker. To name a few of the artists are Berry Gordy, Bob Dylan, Diane Warren, Donna Summer, George Clinton of the Parliament Funkadelic, Jennifer Holiday, Hugh M. Hefner, Hugh Masekela, Larry Blackmon of Cameo, Lionel Richie, Michael Jackson, Neil Diamond, and Prince n others.
Some of "Gets" of my career are acquiring the covers of and styling the covers of JET, EBONY, and RollingStone for Donna Summer, in addition to securing media coverage preceding her tours. The Get of my career was MJJ Productions hired me to design the exhibit for Michael Jackson's 1993 induction into The Guinness Book of World Records Museum Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles. As the "King of Pop" and having the best-selling album of all time, "Thriller" I designed the interior and exterior Posters and interior designs. I met MJ when he was 13 years old he admired a necklace I'd made and was wearing and wanted one so a friend and I reciprocated MJ request for him and brothers The Jackson Five.