Hey, y’all! I’m Grayson. I am a senior in college, majoring in Theatre, with a specialization in Costume design and construction. My aspiration in life is to become a tailor and a writer. My passions are designing and making clothes as well as writing fiction and poetry. I help make costumes for my University’s theatre productions. I am avid reader of mysteries and anything written by Cassandra Clare. I draw inspiration from characters in the books I read. I am autistic as well as nonbinary and queer. As a person on the spectrum, my designs and clothes showcase my love for patterns and repetitive themes. My designs also often illustrate a harmonious mix between masculine and feminine styles as a result of being nonbinary. I am comfortable with she/her, he/him, and they/them pronouns.
What is the meaning behind my logo?
I am sensitive to light and color due to being autistic. The colors I wear most often are blue, black, and occasionally purple. Those three colors are reflected in logo. The gradient change is easy on the eyes to make my website sensory friendly. I have always liked the infinity sign, and in some spaces it is representative the neurodiversity movement. The symbol often associated with autism is the puzzle piece, but as it has a long and painful history tied to it, other people on the spectrum have begun using the rainbow colored infinity symbol as it showcases the diversity within the community. Lastly, the two other symbols that cross at the crux of the sign are a pen and needle. These are my main two interests.
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