“Adventure may hurt you but monotony will kill you.”
An intrepid traveller, in my 23 years I have managed to walk the lands of 34 countries and lived in four of them, while also acquiring the knowledge to speak four languages fluently. I am a compulsive, creative person who studied media in London and understood the world is not black and white – there is so much to explore. It has raised my expectations and zest for life, breaking my naive childhood misconceptions. Throughout my travels, my eyes have been opened to all that the world has to offer – how people can be happy with so little personal possessions compared to the developed world, how many people strive for better, no matter the obstacles or the struggles
they face when living in extreme poverty. Travelling has opened my eyes in understanding people from all walks of life. I strive for the best. From a young age I have been the best at what I put my mind to, became a published poet at 17, won 17 medals at swimming, persisted on my own and found my own way through difficult times. Thanks to that I gained compassion, determination and
self-motivation. No obstacle is too big to overcome. Everyone is different, within an ever-changing and connected society, when the very concept of what it means to be human has been questioned, re-designed and re-modelled in the unfolding current technological revolution. Humans have walked the earth for over 150,000 years and are constantly evolving. The last five years have seen the largest change through the technological transformation. It has redesigned how we think, broken old traditions and changed the most basic threads of everyday communities. Yes, it has been disruptive, yet incredibly innovative. My work encapsulates the very essence of change, helping companies evolve through technology, social media and better targeted marketing.
Carpe Diem Freedom Love Life Wanderlust