" I´m a maker. And a designer.
Or is it designer first and then maker? Either way, I enjoy the hands-on realization of my ideas, bringing bits of my imagination to life through my own hands.
I have never had doubts that to create, in any form, is exactly what I desire to do.
This knowledge led me to my studies of 3D Design in Plymouth University, where I had the opportunity to learn the skills, design thinking, to work on my design identity. And all that while being surrounded by inspiring tutors, technicians and co-students/colleagues.
The most common theme in my designs is nature. If you've had a look already, you've probably noticed many many birds and quite a few immitations of trees, bodies of water etc.
Growing up, I don't think I considered myself as much of a nature kid.
As children, most Estonians have a forest in short-walk distance (50 metres in my case) or grandparents who live in the countryside to visit. So inevitably as a child you find yourself playing on grassland or in forest daily without paying attention to being surrounded by this unfathomable pristineness of the nature.
And now years later, looking back and looking forward, I often find comfort in drawing inspiration from the mental images and notions of these days, to make something new and exciting of them. "