On Where They Want to go
"I want to keep raising awareness for anything that I can. As far as immediate goals, I want to carry on doing me, keep taking it one step further each time, meeting the right people, receiving the right information, educating myself more."
"I don't have an, 'in five years I'm going to be doing this,' as I don't really like to look ahead like that, but I've been writing down things that I want for next year. I want to definitely expand more into film, it's where I started and I want to go back. I think 2018 will be a lot of film projects for me, hopefully in collaboration with musicians and other influential artists."
"Where I'm at in my head space emotionally and professionally, I'm so happy, and I just want to continue that. Who knows what's next. I’m excited and have a good feeling about it, but today I'm focussed on enjoying every second of where I’m at now."
"I'm not quite sure yet. But I know that everything that I'm learning so far is going to help me with whatever I want to do next. And every time I learn something new, my final goal shifts a little bit, so I'm not putting too much pressure on myself for having a set ultimate goal."
"I never think about that; I think that the biggest impact is to achieve my personal goals and to always be truthful to myself without compromising."
"Right now, all I want to do is Dazed because I'm developing and learning so much. But if at one point I stop learning and developing, and having new experiences then I’ll say, 'That's it' and think what’s next. But I've been with Dazed for 3 years now, and every day I learn something new."
"I would like to be able to give projects to photographers that they always wanted to do. That's the impact that I would love to have, that a photographer might talk about something that I’ve commissioned and say, 'I loved doing that.'"
"It constantly changes. I think I know what I want and then I don't. But as of this very minute in time, I like writing features, and I want to go deeper into that."
"It’s not that I especially want people to remember me, but I would like my assistants to remember me, like, 'Well, that was cool working with that girl, and she taught me so many things, and now I know how to do this, and I know how to do that.'"
"...it's important not to be married to this idea of what your perfect job looks like or what your ideal career looks like. Saying yes to things that don't exactly fit the description of what you want is really important."
"I want to learn more skills by partnering up with companies that specialize in certain fabrics or techniques such as denim and knitwear and to keep this ball rolling."
"I can make people beautiful on outside, but I’d also like to help them feel beautiful on the inside."
"What would make me really happy is to just continue what I’m doing now. Being able to survive off it both creatively and personally and feel fulfilled by that work."
"I just want to do my job and be good at it and have fun and work really hard. I never really think about my impact. I don't even have a five-year plan. I just go with the flow."
"My Visa for the UK expires soon. So I'm actually moving to Berlin in October. Which is a good thing because right now I’m on the path to being a stylist, and this move to Berlin will force me to branch out and focus more on what I really want to do, which is art direction."