What have you been up to since your time on "Project Runway"?
I've been writing music and singing in a band called Jetblack Bullseye while managing a restaurant.
What garment from your season of "Runway" do fans compliment you on the most to this day?
My finale feathered wedding dress.
What do you think you are best remembered for from your season?
What celebrities would you love to dress?
What are your strengths as a designer at this point in your career? Any weaknesses you.re still working on?
My strength is staying true to what I like. Sometimes that can also be my weakness.
How has your design aesthetic changed since your time on the show, if at all?
I'm still very me, but I think I've matured.
What are your favorite pieces and staple items in your closet?
My 1960s Christian Dior sheer gold sparkling stockings given to me by Elisa on Project Runway All Stars.
Which fashion rule do you think is begging to be broken?
I don't like any fashion rules. I think if it looks fabulous, wear it.
How do you choose what to pack for "All Stars"?
There was no choosing. I brought it all.
After being on the show, what "Project Runway" challenges do you think are the best and worst of all time?
We had to make clothes out of car parts. I remember there was a lot of blood in the workroom that day. I think they're all stressful with the time given.
Who is your favorite fellow "Project Runway" designer from any season, including yours, and why?
Jay, because he set the bar high for the rest of us.
What goes through your head when you see yourself on television?
I crack up.
What is the one thing fans would be surprised to find out about you?
Most are surprised to see that I'm singing more than designing, but you need a break from it, especially after designing bridal for a while.
What makes you All-Star material?
My strong point of view.