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Camay Abraham

Camay is a journalist, researcher and publisher who holds a Master's degree in fashion psychology from London College of Fashion. Along with Screen Shot, Camay has contributed to Dazed, Fashion & Race Database, Character Media, and others.

By Camay Abraham

August 20, 2020

In the Philippines, journalism is at risk of being cancelled. What about freedom of the press?

By Camay Abraham

March 3, 2020

FIT graduate Junkai Huang was not the one to cancel for his racist accessories

By Camay Abraham

February 3, 2020

The many things that are wrong with ‘YOU’ (the Netflix show, not you)

By Camay Abraham

January 14, 2020

How the peach emoji became an anti-Trump symbol

By Camay Abraham

December 2, 2019

Opté by Procter and Gamble is the real-life beauty filter coming to your face in January 2020

By Camay Abraham

November 6, 2019

Could Chinese livestreamers have the answer to keeping brick and mortar retail stores alive?

By Camay Abraham

October 7, 2019

One year later, the selling of an AI painting shows that AI art is still not that groundbreaking

By Camay Abraham

September 26, 2019

In the U.S., streetwear fashion has become integral to the Asian male identity

By Camay Abraham

September 2, 2019

What is an eboy and how are they raising awareness of mental health, one TikTok video at a time?

By Camay Abraham

August 12, 2019

Presidential candidates are using Trump as a distraction tactic

By Camay Abraham

July 1, 2019

Amazon is working on a voice-activated device that can read our emotions

By Camay Abraham

June 18, 2019

Online makeup brand Lime Crime just released a game-changing AR beauty app

By Camay Abraham

June 4, 2019

Airbnb and 23andMe want to use your DNA for holiday recommendations

By Camay Abraham

May 6, 2019

Digital therapy, what is it and does it work?

By Camay Abraham

March 27, 2019

Could the KonMari method help us with our digital mess too?

By Camay Abraham

January 30, 2019

From fake wax noses to Blackfishing: a new norm of digital beauty?


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