i make art and design with a systemic view, uniting discipline to a pro-active imagination. Constantly developing new skills and transforming compositions into provocative movements and moments of reflection to those observing it. This is why clients and avant-garde companies choose me to transform their visions into reality with creative projects and disruptive experiences.
everything really began with an attitude, of wanting to open myself to the world, of leaving a positive and sensible impact on people’s lives
it's something very present in my life from my early years. Discipline. Therefore mutual respect, management of time, deadlines, work value, negotiation and punctuality are all part of my creative business.
my personal and professional life became one. And in this understanding I realized the connection between art and business - between discipline and creativity, chaos and order. Here's a little more about me.
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When you create a piece, you are not just creating a “piece of money”. A concept about your art, is also a reflex of who you are. Who are you, and are you actually giving people the possibility of getting to know you a bit better? That is where the connection is created.
And like a river with meanders, this line in between - which I call discipline - may tend more to one or the other side in a few days, but it always keeps me focused and with an eye on my goals. It connects the land I’m standing on, to the ocean of possibilities that I want to reach. Self-discipline is what gives me the daily flow to do things and then feel like doing it more and more. It’s a growing and permanent moving flow - and cycle.
We have built the idea that masks are negative distortions of who we are - or of who we show ourselves to be. But as a person who likes to see both sides of a coin before taking any sides, I learned to recognise that we all have dualities. And instead of letting ourselves be taken by them or using them in negative ways - and somehow losing our own essence in that process - I have learned to acknowledge and embrace these parts of me - and turn them into daily choices - and tools.