Also, I’m a husband and a father of three, passionate about art, esthetics, philosophy, theology and psychology. I love working with my hands, making all kinds of stuff, especially when it comes to discovering “how something works”.
When I was 10, back in the 80s, my mom travelled all the way to USA and brought me a brand new walkman. It was like a miracle to my school palls. I was thrilled too, but in a few days, I started wondering…hmm, what does it look like on the inside??? What if I…? And there you go… in several hours I was proudly presenting my family members with a new mini-mixer made of a Walkman’s motor and wire whips of some kind. You can imagine how delighted they were.
Those were the days!
Anyway, I was always very inspired with genuine creative people like Leonardo da Vinci or Michelangelo and had big dreams…
These days I enjoy working on different projects and using my imaginative, cognitive, artistic and technical skills and knowledge. I’ve gained these during the many years studying Industrial Design at the University of Applied Arts, and especially during my long history of working with many different clients. I had my first “real” client when I was 17.
And fortunately, “how something works” department is reserved to the time I spend with my kids. They’re gifted too!