Whitney is an artist and writer passionate about engaging fashion in a way that doesn't embarrass God or thinking people. To this end, she started the fashion theology blog Unwrinkling in 2013, which has received mention in the New York Times and features the freelance work Whitney has published in the Washington Post, Christianity Today, Prism Magazine, and more. A May 2015 graduate of Wheaton College's art department, she has received numerous awards for her photography, which often focuses on issues of gender and clothing.
Whitney apprenticed alongside Liz and Ben Bohannon of Sseko Designs. She is a 2014 Praxis Academy Alumna.
Sseko is an ethical fashion company that creates beautiful products with beautiful stories. The manufacturing of Sseko products enable bright young women in Uganda to attend university. The products are sold through a network of impact entrepreneurs across the U.S. called Sseko Fellows that are using their passion for ethical fashion and business to earn an income and make a positive impact for women across the globe.