Meet Ted Gregson: Designer, student, and art enthusiast. He’s more than just our intern.
That which is fabulous and sparkles, Teddy is drawn to. This and many other reasons are why fashion and modeling via the runway interest Teddy. He enjoys the thrill of glaring in the midst of camera’s flashing down the runway while loud music blares. Designer’s such as Alexander McQueen (RIP), Jil Sander, and Oscar de la Renta are among the few that have been inspirations in all parts of Teddy’s life.
Teddy makes his runway debut at Fashion For A Cause. His new home in GayRVA as intern, influenced his decision to volunteer and walk for the show as well. He hopes to continue his efforts for LGBT awareness not only in Greater Richmond, but also abroad.
Teddy enjoys viewing art, dancing, spending time with close friends and watching movies. He studies at VCU in the Creative Advertising program as well as School of Psychology.Teddy hopes that this benefit will be a success in all realms of awareness, support and service to the LGBT community and Fan Free Clinic.
Meet Teddy and watch him walk the catwalk at Fashion For A Cause on Saturday, March 26 at the Glave Kocen Gallery. Visit www.gayrva.com/fashion for tickets and more information.
Teddy Gregson is a Fredericksburg, Virginia native, now studying Creative Advertising at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is currently interning at GayRVA and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Teddy finds most inspirations in his idols: Liza Minnelli circa 1972, as well as Andy Warhol and has a tattoo of the Warhol Liza portrait on his right arm.