Born in NYC and continues to reside in the boroughs, Scarlett is an aspiring architect as she is currently in university working towards getting her degree. As a creative outlet to which architectural design doesn't satisfy, she finds herself working on projects using the tedious, yet cathartic style of stippling and pointillism. All though she is hugely inspired by lowbrow art and pop surrealism art, to which she struggles to find a style that suits her interests and what she enjoys. On leisurely days, Scarlett enjoys going to cafes.
Exploring the world of bondage and BDSM includes fashion statements in the bedroom. Items that are not only sexually appealing to those who enjoy things on the kinkier side, but also prove to be useful in it's own way. Many feel uncomfortable of people who enjoy experimental sexual acts with lots of leather, but to each their own when expressing how they want to have fun in the bedroom. When we think of bondage, we will usually always visualize a woman strapped up, forgetting that those with male physiques also enjoy being submissive. In this project, my works primarily focus on women, some works I chose not to distinguish explicitly if the one being pictured is of either gender. As my last piece, which I expected a mixed response, I depicted a male body in light bondage. The responses were that of those who identify as male to be the most uncomfortable, claiming that I was emasculating men with my imagery and that I think men are weak. Neither of those claims are true of my beliefs. My intentions were to let everyone know that anyone can enjoy their sexual life however they want, and that it should be accepted as what makes them happy. None of my works in this project were to humiliate or discriminate any gender, but to make all feel comfortable with in a too taboo to openly discuss subject.