From coloring outside the lines to crafty animation projects Ayrehl has always been interested in the innovative world of fashion and technology. During her adolescent years, she spent much of her time drawing fashion figures, playing dress up, and learning various computer-based programs. Naturally, these two interest met somewhere in the middle during her four years at VCU. While in college she’s worked diligently to complete a B.F.A with a concentration in fashion design and a minor in general business. Due to her accelerated understanding of technology; digital art, short media, and technical designs have become what she excels at most. Some of her highlights include having her technical work featured in the Richmond Anderson gallery, participating in a study abroad in Columbia with denim enthusiast “Donwan Harell,” completed an internship assisting the engineering department in the discovery, prototyping, technical design, and production of waterproof shorts for bilateral amputees.