Since I can remember I was drawing and painting nature and I’ve always felt a strong connection with it. I found landscapes and anatomy particularly fascinating. Horse and human figures were all over my school notebooks and later on canvases. Studying architecture provided me with more tools for creating art and shaped my thinking process. It made playing with light and shadow a priority in my art. It helped me become a better observer, whereas I could look at nature with new lenses. Tattooing combined my life’s experiences and gave them a new purpose. Now my creations can live on someone’s skin and even get to be a result of their story. I enjoy working on delicate, decorative, and realistic designs, especially when they represent themes of my beloved nature.