Being raised as a Third Kid Culture in a multicultural household, I was from a young age exposed to different languages - French, English, Arabic and Spanish. It set forth my fascination to the words spoken and even pushed me to study Indonesian. Over time, I noticed the limitations associated with oral languages, which turned my interest to the world of visual communication. With a simple pictogram, a intricate poster or a clever package, you are able to convey a message understood by all without a single spoken word.
In addition to my passion for graphic design, I have taste for interior architecture, design, scenography, gastronomy and photography. This led me to study global design for three years before pursuing my studies in graphic design and visual communication in Paris. All these years in the field of art have taught me and made me discover a lot of things that I continue to grow daily.
After four years, layouts, types and graphics have become the syllables, punctuations and adjectives of my visual dialect.