Photography By CHICHI UBIÑA

Where are you from? Where did you grow up?

I was born and raised in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Where did you study?

I am a sophomore at Greenwich Academy.

Describe your personal style:

A combination of Sophisticated, Classic, Modern and Vintage.

Have your life experiences affected how and what you design?

Yes, definitely. If I hadn’t been to an old antique warehouse in my dad’s hometown in Indiana, I would have never discovered the strong connection I have to glamorous, vintage magazines that inspire me to create my work.

What comes to mind when you think of the American Red Cross? 

Three words: people helping people. A community of people, from all walks of life with unique skills and all possessing the spirit of helping others, giving back and being ready when help is needed; no matter what, no matter when.

If you were to design table tops for a celebrity or historical figure, who would it be and why?

I would love to design tabletops for James Dean or Marilyn Monroe because I’m hugely inspired by the two iconic figures and always end up paying tribute to them in my vintage life magazine collages in one way or another.

“MY STRONG CONNECTION TO GLAMOROUS, VINTAGE MAGAZINES INSPIRES ME TO CREATE MY WORK”

—SUTTON MOCK

 

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American Red Cross 2018 Gala –  Sutton Brown Mock Table Top Design