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How did you become designer?
Ever since I was a child I used to cut and collect logos that I’ve found on magazines. I’ve always found great significance in such small designs, their simmetry and so forth.
How would you define your vision of design, your style?
Japanese design has always inspired me. I’ve grown up fascinated by the style of their book packaging, with the designers’ image right next to the projects, and I ‘ve always believed that one day I would be a part of all that.
For the future, what are your professional projects?
I keep looking for new challenges and clients that belive in the potential of my team.
What do you like the most in your job?
It’s absolutely overwhelming to see client’s satisfaction when their products become real, translated into a piece of paper; in having their product launched in the market, in what was not so long ago a bunch of ideas. After all, design is nothing but the materialization of thoughts and ideas.