I have always been interested in arts and creativity. I have always driven myself to be experienced with everything that interests me.
My art is constantly evolving. I am always developing and experiment new ideas for my many different projects.
I often use found objects as inspiration for the future projects such as lino cuts, felt fabric paint and candles to name a few.
During my childhood I had opportunities to try several fields of art such as pottery, embroidery, painting, origami etc. This is why I've chosen an art high school (Eventus School of Business and Art) which gave me high school graduation and an OKJ profession.
I've been interested in movie making and video cutting I choose animation movie maker department where I’ve learned about 2D and 3D animation making. I've quickly found out that 3D animation is not for me, but I've finished it anyway in 2009.
During high school was the time I started to design and make my own clothes and accessories. The reason was easy no shop has ever had anything I wanted.
After high school I've decided to keep on doing my clothing on a more professional way. I needed to find a fashion school where I can learn the basics of everything considering I didn't have a lot of experience. It wasn't as easy as I thought.
Finally, I've found a school in Budapest (Modell Fashion School). Our final year topic was pop art. I choose Yayoi Kusama's art for the pattern inspiration and the scissors for the shape inspiration for my collection. My thesis was Surrealism in fashion.
During the school I had possibilities to do some 'field work' such as help to dress models on a local fashion show, take part in various competitions, get to know the Budapest's 'trash-style' street fashion by spending a summer practice at the Lollipop Factory
I moved to London in 2013, where my main goal was to improve my English, so nothing interesting really happened art-wise.
In 2014 I moved out from London, and spend a summer with travelling and volunteering around Europe. It gave me a great opportunity to meet habits, lifestyle and art of people from different countries. I also designed my first small collection on that summer.
After my big summer adventure, I moved back to United Kingdom, but this time to Nottingham. I've started to work in a fancy dress shop, what is still not too arty job, but it was a great chance to use my skills to design shop-window, dress up mannequins and do horror make up.
in 2016 I've decided to take a break from work to finish my projects and put my portfolio together.