My mother thought I would be a lawyer when I grew up, because I’ve had a strong sense of justice ever since I was little. I, on the other hand, wanted to be an artist, because I saw art as a tool for social critique and communication.
These two drives led me to study photography and graphic design.
But I knew that art isn’t just a matter of inspiration, so I studied philosophy, because behind art is thought, culture, and analysis.
This passion and awareness converges in my work at Elastica, where I’m committed to social media marketing and am on the Communications team.
At work I strike a balance between creativity and reason, precision and curiosity, statistical analysis and bursts of creativity. In my off-hours, I like to go to the gym, listen to podcasts on long walks, write, and paint. Oh right, and I also need to finish my degree one day.