Dr. Clement Asemnyra is the founding father of Dreams College of Creative Arts.
He is a multi-award winning Fashion Educationist. He has lectured in art & design since 2015 and is a fellow of the HEI.
He has developed and taught modules such as ‘Creative Entrepreneurship’, ‘Design Methodologies’, ‘Design for Collections’ and ‘International Design’.
He studied Home Economics for his bachelor’s degree at the University of Education, Winneba- Ghana.
MTech Fashion at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University – South Africa. He completed his PhD in Educational Leadership
at University of A Coruña – Spain.
He is currently researching on a cross comparison of international pattern cutting methods of drafting and draping and also the theoretical and cultural impact of contemporary and historical contour design.
His unique Couture sewing techniques has helped many designers all over the world.
His mission is to empower creatives with knowledge and skills needed to succeed and to envision beauty.
He has a breadth of knowledge of curricular, development, widening participation and learning and teaching co-ordination and personal tutorship.
His design scope encompasses building and maintaining a brand’s identity, initiating a start-up concept, reinvigorating an existing line, and nurturing brands.
Daniel Blankson is the Academic Head and leader of BA (Hons) Critical Practice in Fashion, and co-coordinator of the Fashion Research Hub.
As an experiential designer and strategist with over 30 years of industry experience, Daniel’s practice encompasses a wide range of contemporary formats from exhibitions.
Euthanasia Clark Sammatha is a contributing editor at Threads Magazine, Author of many fashion books. Her works are in permanent collections at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London,the L.A Museum of Art, and San Francisco’s DeYoung Museum.
She is Creative Consultant to Ryan LO, and has guided his career from graduate level, cultivating a dedicated following of influential style press. Sammatha also works closely with writer and curator Lou Stoppard, directing the communications campaigns for exhibitions such as The Hoodie and North: Identity, Photography and Fashion.
Stephen graduated from the University Of Education Winneba (UEW), where he obtained his first Degree in Business Administration-option in Accounting.
He has worked with the finance unit of the then Institute For Distance and e-learning of UEW (IDeL Finance) which is now College Of Distance and e-learning (CODeL) as Senior Accounting Assistant; the same Unit where he had his mandatory National service done.
He has served as finance Officer for Xplore With Brothers (XWB)- a travel Blog in Ghana that provides travelers and industry stakeholders with real time travel and tourism news, travel tips and updates on various destinations.
He currently holds the position as the Administrative Director of Dreams College Of Creative Arts (DCCA) and a correspondent for Fashion Masterclass Africa (FMA) from 2019 till present.