When I was a small kid at primary school, I would always be doodling during the lessons. Not because I was not interested, but because it actually helped me concentrate. Sometimes I noticed some kids copying my doodles, and they would add things to it. I realized I could inspire people to start creating. This fulfilling moment changed into fuel for me to create art. But as I grew older, I noticed we don’t grow into creativity; we grow out of it because people’s underlying capabilities are not being challenged.
There is this rule of brainstorming, which is: ideas are neither silly nor impossible. People use this rule during brainstorm sessions, but I live by this rule. Otherwise, the world can become very small. A society that has lost touch with its creative side is an imprisoned society. Therefore it’s essential to challenge your creativity. In the end, I hope to inspire people to challenge their creativity, to get in touch with their inner child.
Master of Animation | Master institute of visual cultures | 2020 – 2021
Bachelor Creative media and game technologies | Saxion | 2015 – 2020
Minor Immersive Media | Saxion | 2017 – 2018