I am so thrilled to have been the recipient of the The Michelle Dias Community Service Award which has not only provided me with the opportunity to begin training in digital patterning software Clo3D, it was also a foothold in helping me attain further funding from the Canada Council for the Arts who have agreed to pay for the remainder of my training. I have completed the first class in a set of 4 from Parsons NY Clo3D Virtual Fashion Certificate, The class has furthered my online patterning capabilities and understanding of what can be built in the software so much. I have already begun using it in my work, and was able to cut a costume for Theatre Calgary's 'Mousetrap' using the software. It gave me excellent fit information and we had a very successful first fitting. I'm so excited about where this software could take costuming for Theatre in the future, and so grateful to the Michelle Dias award for bolstering me on this journey.
Final Project for Parsons NY Clo3D Fundamentals of Clo3D