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I’m a crafty sort, and if you are too, you’ll know that following any directions or suggestions is done entirely at your own risk – I’m not a licensed craftisan!
Ran across your site here and am so interested in what you do. I have no formal training as a costumer, but want to associate with similar minds (None in my area!). Why is there not a bio about you on here? Where did you get training? Thanks so much, LOVE your work and ideas. Leah in Panama City FL
Hi there Leah,
Nice to meet you! I haven’t put up a bio yet… somewhat because I wasn’t sure what to write, and somewhat because I didn’t think any of my readers would really care that much..
To answer your question though – I did a 2-year diploma in Fashion Design with a focus in Surface Design and Textiles through the University of the Fraser Valley. Then I also have a communications degree, and a Public Relations certificate from Mount Royal University, and have taken photography classes through Alberta College of Art & Design. I’ve also taken a basic and advanced Millinery course through Chinook College.
When I write my bio – what do you think I should include? What were you looking for that you didn’t see?
(Love your Sea Witch painting btw! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.433185146758967.1073741825.422389611171854&type=1)