About the Author
I am Cheraine Donalea Scott and I am a doctoral candidate with the department of Media, Culture and Communications at NYU. Born and raised in London with Windrush generation grandparents, I currently living between London and New York. My research interests reside within British cultural studies, black studies, visual and sound culture. With my dissertation (in progress) exploring issues of race, class and national identity in Brexit Britain through an analysis of Grime music.
Formerly, I worked, for over ten years, in the fashion & clothing industry in product development and garment technology roles. Having always been a creative person I see my approach to academia as intermeshing my love of the visual and philosophical word. I hold a Masters degree in Cultural & Critical Studies from the University of Westminster and a Bachelors degree in Fashion Design from the University for the Creative Arts (Rochester).
Find me on Twitter & IG as @Goldielocs16