When people ask me what I do, my answer can vary. These days, I’m mostly an installation artist and a performer. Frequently, I’m a dancer. A mover. A raw emotion in front of a camera. I’m also a designer. What kind? Well, that depends on the day, too. Often, I’m an experience hunter & a nomad. Not because I don’t fit anywhere, but because I do, so it takes something of real value to make me stay. I’m a visual artist, a new media whatever-you-need-me-to-be, or a photo and video editor. Sometimes, I’m just an explorer, a friend, or an adventure-seeker with a touch of weirdness on top. A storyteller and even better listener. Books, maté & gypsy jazz lover. I’m all of those things and more.
Being things other than your work helps to create connections with people that steer conversations in the unknown – and that’s, where the magic happens. Where some of the groundbreaking insights & inspiring ideas come from. Other come from a great nap. 🙂
I’ve worn quite a few hats on my path, before defining myself as an artist: a bicycle collection designer, an agency-hired digital content designer & creative lead, a freelance Creative Factory designer and the NGO co-founder & president. As a result, I have an ability to navigate complex challenges & multi-disciplinary projects.
However, the actual experience has taught me that my professional value boils down to:
– I can do it. And if I can’t, then I can figure it out. Most likely, overnight;
– lots of people have big Ideas. I have a nose for ideas that solve problems and can be executed with the available resources;
– I like to blow the (bull)shit up. Sometimes disrupting the status quo is the only way to make things work.
I’m always open to new (professional or not) acquaintances.
Reach out if you want to talk one-in-a-lifetime opportunity, business, art, or say, improv comedy. I’m open to collaborations in the areas of: art, dance, theatre, film, design, immersive experiences, weird factor projects, or anything really. Surprise me!