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Through my design philosophy, I manipulate patterns found from various species. I consider the ideal and greatest instrument for design to be biology.

"Biomimicry is basically taking a design challenge and then finding an ecosystem that's already solved that challenge, and literally trying to emulate what you learn." - Janine Benyus

Biomimicry in clothing design mostly replicates the form or the pattern formation found on various species. The English mathematician Alan Turing introduced a concept, which came to be known as a Turing pattern, in a 1952 paper entitled "The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis". This foundational paper describes how patterns in nature, such as stripes and spots, can arise naturally and autonomously from a homogeneous, uniform state. The importance of the Turing model is that it provides an answer to the fundamental question of morphogenesis: “how is spatial information generated in organisms?”.

I believe that in our lifetime we will only witness a fraction of life's potential. By utilizing mathematical biology as a design tool I will be able to implement the endless possibilities of life's beauty into my products. I'm currently focusing on expanding my concept into various styles as I get access to new manufacturing methods.

Eden Reforestation Projects is a non profit organization whose mission "is to provide fair wage employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration." They plant millions of trees each year to restore healthy forests. With each product purchased 20 trees will be planted through a donation to Eden Reforestation Projects. So far we have planted 480 trees!