Hello, my name is Ciarra Noelle Stebbins, and I’m currently attending University at William & Mary.
I’ve been drawing all my life, but I never really considered it as a career for myself until a couple years ago.
My family and I reside in the beautiful state of Virginia.
My favorite classical artist is Leonardo da Vinci, and two of my favorite current artists are Tim Burton  and Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, as well as a plethora of artists that can be found on YouTube and Instagram. 
I am heavily inspired by nature and  mythology. I also find inspiration from history and different cultures, as well as from other artists and authors.
In my spare time I love to read books or graphic novels, and explore new places while spending time with my family.

My name is Amy Stebbins. I’m a wife, mother of two, plus mom to one 4 legged little adopted pup named Mickey. I am the fashion designer behind Amy Stebbins Couture, and I graduated Cum Laude from Academy Of Art University San Francisco.

I became interested in fashion design at an early age, and I credit this love to my maternal grandmother, who was an expert with a needle and thread.

I pull inspiration for all my designs from historical events, artists, people, nature and garments, as well as the individuals and places that have contributed to all of my life experiences.

I absolutely adore creating fabric prints with my daughter, which is why I choose to focus heavily on incorporating them into my designs.

My other interests outside the fashion world include fitness, visiting museums, ( I am actually a certified personal trainer) Riding my bike through the various trails through the woods near my home, travel, painting, spending time out on the water in our boat with my family, catching up on my favorite shows ( Outlander and Supernatural) and going on walks through the colonial section of town. (Colonial Williamsburg, VA)

I love watching the season’s change here on the east coast, and Autumn is my absolute favorite.

My favorite time periods are the Art Nouveau period, 18th century ( which is why I love where I live so much!) 1930’s, 1950’s and the 1970’s.