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I would like to start asking about when did you start having an interest for graphic design and fashion?My interest for fashion has always been alive. Since I was 3 years old, I knew exactly what I wanted to wear. I've always considered fashion as a way to express ourselves and as a source of inspiration regarding colors, materials, compositions, etc. I've always been creative in some way. When I was little, I had my own craft corner at home and I do so ever since. When it was time to choose something to study I discovered graphic design. It wasn't easy to begin with but trough the years I discovered my personal style and way of working. For now, I don't want to bind myself to a fixed category so the combination of fashion, art direction and graphic design works perfectly for me and I like the change once in a while. I’m still young and I want to explore my talents.
Looking at your work is obviously that you have an unbelievable skills in fashion, how do you define your style?I shouldn't say my skill is in fashion only. Fashion is just a small part of the assignments I do as a graphic designer. I also design visual identities/brandings, posters, magazines and books. Of course, my personal photo montages and collaborations are very fashion-minded. I would describe my style as very subtle and abstract. I like to combine minimalist shapes with important details.I like the mysterious and incomprehensible and I’d like to achieve that in my artworks. The female body and faces are 2 very important elements I work with. Through the years, I discovered different techniques which I try to alternate now and then. It’s important to stay true to your personal style but change is good.
For how long have you been doing this and what keeps you going for more?
I've studied graphic design for 4 years and I've been working as a self employed designer for one year and a half now. What keeps me going is the need to express my creativity and of course, my clients and their needs. I absolutely love my job and I consider myself lucky to be able to practice it as a full time job.