I remember being fascinated by how easily I could create a whole new world with just a pen and paper. The enthusiastic and encouraging reaction of my parents spurred me on.
Later, my lust for creation became three-dimensional. At the age of nine, I started to redecorate and refurnish my dollhouse. As a teenager, I tried a variation on my uncool hobby: I’d design antique dollhouse rooms. I imagined myself to be an interior designer.
Probably the fear of working in three-dimensional space lead me to graphic design. I always envisioned working in an applied design, of some sort. I never really thought about fine arts.