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University of Louisville


Louisville, KY


Design,  Photography,  Illustration,  Writing,  Fashion

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PERSONAL RELEASE I hereby grant permission to University of Louisville (UL) and its assigns and licensees to take photographs or videos of me, and to make recordings of my voice. I give the UL permission to use these images, videos and recordings, as well as my likeness, name and voice, as follows: - The use may include reproduction, distribution, derivative works, display, and performance. - The use may be in composite or modified forms and in any media, now known or later developed, including without limitation newspapers, television, radio, the world wide web, and social media. -The use may be for any purpose throughout the world and in perpetuity, including, without limitation, education, trade, advertising, and promotion. I further acknowledge that I will not be compensated for these uses, and that the UL exclusively owns all rights to the images, videos, and recordings, and to derivative works created from them. I waive the rights to UL to inspect or approve the uses of any printed or electronic copies and understand that my likeness or identity may be used on these platforms accordingly. I release any licenses from any claims that may arise from these uses, including without limitation claims of defamation or invasion of privacy , or of infringement of moral rights or rights of publicity or copyright. I understand that this contract is legally binding and that by signing it I understand the criterion for participation.
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I am a multi-disciplinary artist living in Louisville KY.  
I'm currently studying Design at University of Louisville . 

I was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome due to medical misconduct growing up, this essentially took away my ability to use my legs and even spread to my hands through misfired nerve passages. The disorder misfires signals of vibrations and sensations as pain signals to your brain when in fact nothing is actually wrong. To this day it was the most brutally painful thing I have ever experienced. I was forced to go to Boston and retrain my brain to perceive pain signals  at an experimental rehabilitation clinic that focused on the disorder. I was diagnosed in such a time frame that allowed for me to recover, almost every other person who has ever been diagnosed has not been able to do so. This is mostly due to the lack of information that is known about the disorder. Because of this I am the only known case of a full remission from the disorder, although I still have nerve damage I am healthy and able to walk.

Something that I am truly grateful for every day of my life.