The Boy in the Window
The bulk of my time in high school was spent creating magic in an eight by eight box that overlooked the sidewalks of New York. When I say magic, I don't mean just your ordinary card tricks. I'm talking heavy duty creation, genesis was the name and budget was the game. There's something astounding that happens when you have no money, an idea, and a deadline. It means taking post it notes and recreating Van Gogh's Starry Night, or taking christmas ornaments and making a frightening creature from deep below the sea. During my tenure in high school I learned so much in critical thinking, creative thinking, and diligence that It can last me a lifetime. No other experience has brought me so many tears, cuts, bruises, laughs, arguments, trials, triumphs, failure, and fulfillment than the work I did "inside the box". 
"Printemps Jaune No. 2"
A small scale display marketing a fragrance created in collaboartion with the high school and DreamAir, named Pretemp Jaune or "Yellow Springtime". The students conceptualized the fragrance itself, the name of the fragrance, the brand, and the marketing plan. This was my first official window display (May 2014)
"Hello Barbie"
With the launch of a new barbie doll named "Nisha" by famed Stephen Burrows, we were tasked with creating a bank of six windows to market her and all her fabulous barbie sisters. This was my first large scale window display. (September 2014) 
 
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"Van Gogh's Starry Note"
The mystery of night time is unleashed in Van Gogh's traditional impressioninst painting, we however took a modern approach to recreating it. Taking post its and outlining his wind and stars, we brought the painting to life again. This time? Instead of a quiant little house with a red roof, we added a red balloon holding a young boy in a newspaper romper. Together they fly through this iconic peice of art off to a far off adventure. (October 2014)
"Fairies, Owls, and Brides? Oh My!
In the heart of winter we find our bride lost in an enchanted forest running away from a life she refuses to live. . With nowhere to turn and nobody to guide her through she turns to an old, wise owl. With his help and the magic of more than a dozen fairies she finds her way through the forest to a land she never dreamed of. (December 2014)
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"Tattoo Artist's Studio"
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Serving as the opening window for a bank of informational displays explaining the art of tattoos and their different styles, we enter into the world of an tattoo artist's studio. From henna, to Japanese tattoos, to even pin ups this studio had to hint at it all. (March 2015) 
"McQueen's Haven"
Enter a haven for the world renowned artist, inspired by some of his most important fashion peieces this bedroom is not for th faint of heart. Engulfed in a swarm of butterflies and glowing flames this daring soul seeks refuge not only in her fashion but on her jaw shaped bed and skull headboard. (April 2015)
"Deep Sea Nightmare"
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By far my favorite window to do has been the window completed for my senior thesis. This window takes you to the deep sea where we're violently presented with a giant Angler Fish weaving in and out of underwater plumes. We don't know whether to be in awe or fear for our lives as this terrifying creature hunts for its next victim. (May 2015)