Helena Elias transformed her career as a senior fashion designer into her personal dream: forming meaningful art. Working with an array of traditional and modern companies, she has helped to support charities that promote women's rights and has had her work featured in TV commercials, live exhibitions and billboards in Times Square. She lives for her work and the reflections of life her work gives to others.
Helena works constantly on moving and evolving with the modern artistic scene, which has resulted in her having her digital non-fungible token work acquired by notaries such as Pranksy & Associates and Keith Grossman, the president of Time magazine. She exerts herself to ensure a genuine artistic experience and has long been present in the online spiritual and witch community, where her artistic collaborations have allowed countless women to express their identity not as they are told it should be but from the deep core of their own self-image.