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Bēhance

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I was four or five when the first signs of my soon to be destructive habit appeared. It was around that time when I secretly took my grandparents radio and quietly went to the farthest room possible. There I found the screwdriver I was looking for and slowly managed to open the radio. When my grandparents noticed … Read More
I was four or five when the first signs of my soon to be destructive habit appeared. It was around that time when I secretly took my grandparents radio and quietly went to the farthest room possible. There I found the screwdriver I was looking for and slowly managed to open the radio. When my grandparents noticed that the house was too quiet, they started to look for me. But it was too late, the radio was lying destroyed to pieces on the floor. I just wanted to see what was inside that magical device.

That same tireless seek for answers has followed me through my life. After countless number of destroyed radios and one chainsaw I have noticed that through that search for answers I have started to find my true self. That road of unanswered questions has led me to design engineer studies. In that school my never ending thirst for knowledge was finally satisfied, only to realise that I need to know and do more.

When I was studying engineering, I quickly noticed that I didn't want to limit myself only to design the inside of a gadget, no, I wanted more. Luckily in that school it was possible to reach for your limits. In my life I have tried to express myself in different ways and creativity has always been one of them. I have never wanted only to explore my feelings through graphical ways or through photography. Instead of that I have always tried to bring creativity as a part of my everyday life. In school I quickly noticed that I was always the one who was the last to leave from the classroom. I did everything I could to bring my work to another level and to exceed myself every single time. During that school I found again that joy of succeeding which I thought that I lost long ago. Read Less
Member Since: Aug 4, 2010