Tricia Langman has over eighteen years experience designing for prestigious fashion companies worldwide, including Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Halston, Kashiyama, Nicole Miller, Anthropology, Banana Republic and Clinique. Projects include textile work featured at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of New York City and hand-painted gowns for celebrities at the Grammy Awards. She is co-founder and owner of international print design studio Spoogi, while concurrently an adjunct instructor at the Portland Fashion Institute. Tricia designed a limited edition Batik throw collection under her own label for Pendleton as part of their guest artist series and was also a panelist at Portland Design week's Disruptive Design Thinking Symposium. She teaches Sustainable Textiles workshops in the USA and volunteers as a consultant for the Ghana Fashion Board in West Africa. Tricia currently works with a global non-profit organization TYE, teaching design thinking, product development and entrepreneurship in underserved educational communities in the Portland area.