Iman R. Louis-Jeune is a Brooklyn native and currently a student at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design attaining a BFA in the Studio for Interrelated Media Program. The mediums that she works in the most are: animation, video, fashion design, writing, and dance. With her animation and video work, she experiments with traditional 2D, film, stop motion, and digital techniques. Her fashion work pulls inspiration from a lot of different places, movies, plays, books, color, etc.—generally, she designs her own textile designs, draws her own illustrations, and strives to make clean and precise garment construction. Usually, she writes fictional stories with the intention of using them with her animation work. She was trained in Modern Graham Technique at Mark Morris starting at the age of 8 until she was 15. She then moved on to take Ballet and Jazz at Alvin Ailey for two years before becoming a part of the Colleges of the Fenway Dance Project in Fall 2013. Her work is very process-oriented, detailed, and she often shifts between narrative and conceptual ideas.