Parsons School of Design alumnus with a BFA in fashion, who has worked in the menswear industry for several years. Past lives have been in the East Village and Lower East Side of Manhattan; more recently transplanted to Harlem. Currently living in a 1907 "French flat," an Edwardian era middle-class apartment.
Through February 20th, Cecil Beaton: The New York Years at the Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street. From the 1920s through the '60s, Manhattan's artistic and social circles embraced British-born photographer and designer Cecil Beaton (1904–80). Cecil Beaton: The New York Years brings together extraordinary photographs, drawings, and costumes by Beaton to chronicle his impact on the city's cultural life. Beaton's relentless energy and curiosity spurred him to pursue new fields, from fashion and portrait photography to costume and scenic design for Broadway, ballet, and opera, and to put his own aesthetic stamp on each of these endeavors. Open every day from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM: LINK
Photo of Truman Capote, Marilyn Monroe and Cecil Beaton courtesy the Museum of the City of New York