Fashion designer who came to prominence on the fourth season of Project Runway.
He was the first openly HIV-positive contestant on Project Runway.
After a strong showing, he was forced to withdraw from the competition due to a contagious MRSA/Staph infection.
He grew up in Seattle, Washington, one of three children raised by his single mother.
He won a Project Runway challenge with his design of a three-piece outfit for Tiki Barber, which he wore for The Today Show.