"I chose to do my MA at Goldsmiths because I had already done my BA here. I had a chance to get a taste of the creative and innovative approach Goldsmiths prides itself for, and I couldn't get enough. The alternative-thinking, left-wing, arty, interdisciplinary and experimental atmosphere of the university as a whole really made a difference for me. And then again, so many of the authors I admired and quoted in my undergraduate studies are teaching at Goldsmiths. Especially in relation to Feminist Research, which is my field: Goldsmiths is where it is all happening.
My MA in Gender, Media and Culture has led me to a PhD project (which I am currently working on) about social distinction and gender ambiguity in mainstream fashion, and has also inspired much of my illustration work. It has also provided the (feminist) philosophical foundation of a creative business I am launching with my sister (who is a Goldsmiths student, too) and two friends (both of whom plan to come to Goldsmiths for their masters."