Ty-Juana Flores

"Don't wait for permission to do something creative."

Ava DuVernay

  Janina Ordonez Photography


My name is Ty-Juana Flores and I love everything about creative innovation, design, marketing, communications, and technology. I work at Berklee College of Music in the Office of Innovation and Strategy, which includes BerkleeICE, the Open Music Initiative, and more! I work on projects and initiatives that implement new programs, strategies, and/or techniques that lead to organizational expansion in the music industry.

I have a BA in Clothing and Textiles/Fashion Design from Framingham State University and for 6 years I worked as a Designer for several private label apparel showrooms in New York. I've hosted meetups for women of color, clothing swaps, and designed websites and graphics for entrepreneurs from a variety of different fields. Let's just say that I'm a creative mess!

I'm a foodie who loves to travel and I live in Dorchester, MA with my daughter Chloè! Thank you for visiting my space on the internet.

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Working with Ty-Juana has been an incredible gift. As a business owner, I am very intentional about who I involve in my business, especially when it comes to developing our on-line voice. Not only did Ty-Juana design a website that fully reflects our culture, she made every aspect of the process clear and extremely pleasant. Her talents in design are complimented by her pragmatic approach and I really could not ask for a better product! If you want a website that is tailored to showcase your unique brand, choose Ty-Juana Flores.
— Nyacko Pearl Perry, Founder and Principle Consultant at Yin Consulting LLC

I love to support local, women-owned businesses so I was very happy to see Ty-Juana in one of my Instagram feeds. I enjoyed working with Ty-Juana on revamping my website. She was able to take my ideas up a notch. She is very professional, fair, and honest, and I definitely plan on working with her on another website project in the future.

Ty-Juana helped Dudley Cafe get a new fresh look for our website. We are very happy with our final product and would recommend any small business that needs attention to detail. Ty-Juana is professional, creative, and was extremely flexible with our needs. We always felt comfortable working with her and she made sure we were on time. If you are looking for a local talent who pays attention to detail, on time, and a professional that would help with your website, Ty-Juana would be that whole package.

I am 100% appreciative for Ty-Juana’s attention to detail, organizational skills, and prompt responses to email. In my head I imagined a soft and welcoming landing page for my website and Ty-Juana nailed it! She designed it just the way I imagined. She was very easy to work with and always remained in continuous conversation with me regarding my input on the site. I trusted her honest input as well. She also worked in a timely manner in order to meet set deadlines. I will definitely recommend her professional work to anyone who is looking for a reliable individual to take on their project.

Ty-Juana is truly a professional! From her contracts and follow-up to her creativity, I loved her work. Her imagery is amazing and she is a fantastic businesswoman. I would recommend her for any business looking to position their brand in a way to gain more value.
— Catherine, BAMS Fest




These meetups were established to create a positive environment for women of color to connect, reflect, and engage with each other in intimate spaces. Each meetup features a hand selected co-host that specializes in areas beneficial to the personal and professional well being of black and brown women. Why? Because our sanity, strength, and wisdom matters!


The True Cost: Private Screening

Ty-Juana Flores with co-hosts Factory 45 and General Assembly hosted a private screening of The True Cost. This was a heart felt and moving documentary about the clothing industry. It’s about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world. 



An EcoFashion Show brought to you by V Style Productions that featured four designers representing four elements: Air, Water, Fire and Earth. Each designer used upcycled or recycled fabrics or organic materials in their collection. Ty-Juana Flores represented Water as a Stylist with outfits created with pieces from Savers thrift store. 


Ethical writers coalition clothing swap

A clothing swap event hosted by the Ethical Writers Coalition and Ty-Juana Flores at La Luz in Bushwick (Brooklyn). This was a clothing swap for all sizes!! Guests enjoyed organic cocktails by Owl’s Brew and music by DJ Tanja 


Sip n swap: The Shoe Edition

Shoe swapping event hosted by Ty-Juana Flores at Uforge Gallery in Jamaica Plain, MA


Sip n Swap: The Curvy Edition

Clothing swap event hosted by Ty-Juana Flores at Scholars in downtown Boston. This was a size 12 and up clothing swap. Gift giveaway provided by the thicky chicky