Jaison Radcliff is an author, educator, illustrator, and serial entrepreneur whose focus is on fashion and visual arts. He brings years of industry experience to students, through his work as a corporate wholesaler for some of the industry’s largest fashion brands. His current creation is a coloring book for children and adults, aptly titled, African Americans in Fashion History: 40 Icons Who Helped Shape the Industry, which he co-authored with his design partner, Andrew Browne. This engaging and informative book provides a pictorial history of Black designers from the late 1700s to today's fashion industry icons.
As Program Director, J. develops K-12 arts & education programs that instruct students on the fundamentals of sewing and fashion design. Programs emphasize how sewing and design skills can develop into an innovative career in arts, design and entrepreneurship.
Co-Founder & Program Director
Andrew Browne is an author, educator, web content manager, and entrepreneur whose interests include the intersection between fashion and education. He is an alumnus of the University of Central Florida (2009) and is currently an Associate Professor of Math at Valencia College, East Campus. In addition to his teaching at Valencia College, he works with students individually, and in groups, through local, after-school arts and education programs.
As Education Director, Andrew develops and implements fashion-based curriculum in accordance with state education standards.
Co-Founder & Education Director