As a kid, I always had a fascination with what could be—my imagination being the greatest source of entertainment.
TV just didn’t cut it. Insaniquarium, on the other hand…
Even today, I constantly tinker with ideas.
Formal schooling was all fun and games until high school, whose legacy remains as the bane of my existence: The Dark Ages™.
I received a prestigious scholarship to pursue engineering in university, and to this day, I have no idea how believable my acting was. Switching my major to psychology quickly after, an unshakable emptiness remained. (Here’s the long story.)
One thing was clear: I had absolutely no idea what I wanted to be.
(To be fair, I still don’t, but it definitely involves a mélange of writing, psychology, and design.)
As a forever work-in-progress, I don’t restrict myself to one vision or goal.
But there’s one thing: (sometimes) brutal honesty—which is reflected through all of my work.
Producing anything half-assed is out of the question.
Words + empathy. That’s what I stand for.
“Your ego can become an obstacle to your work. If you start believing in your greatness, it is the death of your creativity.”
– Marina Abramovic