I am currently a student at New York City College of Technology (CUNY’s City Tech), pursuing my passion, computer systems and technology. Daniel has been quoted in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Town and Nation, The Toronto Sun, China Day-to-day News, The Houston Chronicle, The New York Post, and In Style. His function as a costume designer has included theatre, film and television, and has been observed at opera firms about the country such as Seattle Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, and New York Chamber Opera. With Nancy Deihl of New York University, Daniel is the co-author of The History of Modern day Fashion published by Laurence King, London, in 2015. Nicole Kirpalani is the recipient of the 2012 Distinguished Teaching Award at LIM College.
Joy Davis received a B.A. in History and Media Research from the University of Baltimore County and is presently operating on her current graduate thesis for the Style and Textile, Theory and Practice program at the Fashion Institute of Technology. She was formerly a curator and consultant in modern and contemporary art and adjunct faculty at Style Institute of Technologies. He has published essays, poems, and reviews in a wide selection of venues, which includes Salon, Boston Review, and New Orleans Evaluation.
Trained in art and design at British art schools, with a specialization in style and textiles, and gaining a Master’s degree at the Royal College of Art in London, Janice has worked extensively in the New York style business as a textile designer and art director, trend forecaster and vintage specialist. Mr. Flicek moved to New York City in 1978 following two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Sierra Leone West Africa. Mr. Flicek established the New Ventures group of the Science & Technology Ventures Office at Columbia University in 1996.
As an Educator, she has developed and taught courses on style, product development and fashion history at NIFT in India, lectured on the college circuit in the UK, worked as an adjunct professor at Match and, because 2008, at LIM College in the Merchandising division. Celia Hartmann is Senior Associate for Archival Processing in the Museum Archives at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. Dr. Kambara currently is the LIM College BS in International Business Coordinator and is functioning with a team establishing the new BS in Fashion Media.
Before coming to the Metropolitan Museum in 2013, she had completed the grant-funded processing of archival collections at New-York Historical Society, Museum of the City of New York, and The Museum of Modern day Art that integrated the records of organizations, collecting and publishing organizations, as effectively as museum curators and programs. Charles Aaron Lawry, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Marketing at Pace University in New York City.