I’m Michelle, a 20 something Guyanese blogger living in the Tampa Bay area. I moved to the Bay area long enough ago to acquire my Masters of Architecture degree. I now work for an architectural design firm. This blog was born as a way for my family to keep track of my journey through architecture school. It has since morphed into my little space on the interwebs that has become a home to musings. I use this space to share my fashion, jewelry, interior finds as well as the artists and designers I happen upon. When I’m not designing homes or perusing the internet for inspiration, you may find me out on a paddle board or sewing. You can find tales of a few sewing projects here, reviews on the occasional book I read, and an outfit post or two. I hope you enjoy the blog as much as I enjoy finding inspiration, perusing Pinterest, and trying not to feel awkward in front of a camera.
I started learning to sew because I would love to eventually launch a line of my own. I have a multitude of ideas in my head that I would like to take from just being a concept into something I can don, except I can’t seem to sew fast enough for how quickly the ideas pop up. I think it’s necessary to understand the intricacies of how fabric works and elements of construction. The learning process has given me a greater appreciation for designers and handmade pieces. One day, I would love to teach a college studio at an art school that allows for a cross design field collaboration as I think the products of a studio that combines architecture, fashion, and interior design would be mind blowing.