I remember of only fantasizing of a graphics tablet while doodling with Microsoft Paint on my Windows 98. I've always known that working with visual content is what I want to do for a living, the hard part was to figure out where and how. Having had an analog childhood and a digital adulthood, I think I've gotten the best of both worlds: I grew up with crayons, pens and patience, but still got to adapt to digital era easily.
My career path is, in retrospect, a zigzag between art and business. I've started with fine arts and then continued with business administration studies, specializing in advertising and visual communication and then combine the best of both worlds by graduating as a graphic designer.
I've been lucky enough to get to experiment with a lot of different assignments, from massive book layouts to tiny animated display ads, web pages and photography. Recently I've been working extensively in marketing. I enjoy the whole package: from research to concept designs, execution and result tracking. I'm at my happiest when creating.