As a child, I wanted to be a textile artist. Or a poet or a writer. Another day, my aim was to be an actress. Then my love for English language took me to an academic path and I ended up having an office job in the translation business for nearly a decade. My inner child was asking where’s all the creativity you so wanted? I had to start to steer my life towards a more visual existence. First, I studied interior design and textiles and then ended up becoming a Feng Shui consultant, too. Now I’m on my way to pleasing the inner child who dreamed of doing something creative and big. Well, big patterns, if nothing else. When I get an idea, it can either turn out to be the greatest thing since sliced bread or just a burnt out toast. My aim is to always create something I didn’t know I had in me.