| My love of the straight line results unmistakably in my fathers hand. My parents raised us, my brother and I, in this arty lifestyle. My mother, who studied art history made me work on my creativity as much as she could, teaching me to have a thirst for knowledge which has a big part in my creative work today.
I’ve always been drawing and building little objects, but I’ve only been showing my work for one year. Passionate about contemporary art, design and architecture, my current inspiration comes from modernism and the young talents of the Avant Garde of today.
I love working with a lot of different materials, I like feeling them, modelling, having a real contact with the textures that I use. What excites me most is bringing my drawings to life, to go from 2D to 3D. My drawings are very geometric, probably inspired from my father’s love for straight lines, and my architecture studies. But from time to time I like adding curves through a feminine figure that represents the women in my life. To me, drawing is like a step towards object design, that’s how I currently consider it. As if everything I drew was destined to be built someday.