Victor Pearlman’s Profile

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Victor Pearlman
About Me
I was twelve when my Uncle Jay handed me his 35mm RicohXR-8. Ever since, I’ve shot photos of metal pipelines and industrial hardware; things most would consider to be mundane or even ugly. I hosted multimedia events with attenedance of up to 300 of my peers.
Following graduation, I knew the only place for me was the center of fashion and world-class creative talent. Knowing I had no support out there, I confidently jumped on a plane and moved to New York City.
Upon entering NYC’s Garment District for work, I faced the quick-paced and constantly shifting environment that fashion demands. Luckily I didn’t have to do it alone, for I had become the youngest employee hired at Mood Fabrics and their company was not going to let me fall behind.
There I was a sponge for knowledge, soaking up any bit of advice a customer or coworker was willing to offer. In doing so, I made friends, clients, and met future professors and bosses.
During my 2020 lockdown, I spent most of my time cutting apart old discarded couches off the streets of NYC, the free section on craigslist, and via crowdsourcing on social media, all to create my first clothing line since entering NYC.

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