- I knew that I wanted to become a designer while taking Turbo Pascal programming classes in high school. As my teacher asked for the code to produce sheets of data, I was more interested in how to display that data; what blinking effects I could use and most importantly what colors I could apply to the boring black on white letters.
The realization that the way things are displayed can make something as boring as a spreadsheet look interesting to me was the initial step to a path that I have followed in my life.
I perceive the world around me with an eye for design, amazed at the beauty in it –in the people, in the trees, in the rocks and in the critters hiding under those rocks.
I've been very lucky to travel and work with various people from different countries and to experience first hand the richness in our many cultures.
There is still a lot for me to see and learn, and I cannot wait to spread my wings again and try new things.