Thursday, May 12, 2016
It wrinkles my brain to think that there are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth. And it wrinkles my brain again to think there are more atoms in a few grains of sand than there are stars in the known universe. We are utterly enveloped in vast and invisible worlds… No wonder I can never find anything in my bag ;)
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
It must be a Monday, it feels like it. I continue to be in a endless state of delirium, joy and stress. I recently get my results from dissertation: 86%. I wrote about Consumer Engagement in Online Social Media .The final result makes me really happy ♥ ❤ Howbeit, now is the most difficult project, my very last University Project. I still can't believe I will graduate on Twelve of July... Oh man! How time flies! The project is about R&D company, where I am coding an app (yep, I know how to write a piece code in Objective-C and makes it work!). I also want to print a 3D garment, hopefully I will have a chance to share photos of it with you all and talk about it in more details! Lastly, with a help of my dear friend I want to create a virtual model and catwalk show and animate it, to create a fully immersive experience. I really like idea about virtual Catwalk shows. Finger Crossed, I only have time till 16th of May! I really happy to see how all my sleepless nights and hard work coming together. I am beyond excited and feeling so blessed.
Sunday, February 21, 2016
❝I have the deepest affection for intellectual conversations. the ability to just sit and talk. about love, life, anything, and everything.❞
. For the last eight months my life was on the go 24/7. On Saturday I've submitted my dissertation about consumer engagement and online media and I can not even stress enough how much relieved I feel now. However there is still one more project to go! Wish me luck ❤︎ With this blog I aim to continue to improve and reach a certain level of capability with photography and writing. Allowing my brain to wander through myriad thoughts and weird places for more artistic vibes. For me inspiration can be found in the most unassuming places. Usually it could be found at a long walk, early morning, when sun breaks through the clouds and the silence float in the air. It is where somebody takes control of monitoring traffic. This creative brainstorming ideas, usually came while walking, recreating or perhaps working on other unrelated subject. This present how creative act came to be associated with 'divine inspiration for the illumination to be appear to be involuntary. I've watched a great video today from Ted Talk today from Shonda Rhimes- 'My year to saying yes to everything.' I really recommend you to watch it, at some point. We all need the hum but also, we all need the silence in order to charge the creative batteries...
From, where you wake up is a good place to start new adventure.
From the bottom of my Soy Chai Tea Latte
Sunday, December 6, 2015
Hi sugar pies! ❤️ I am happy to share with you a series of images called "Focus on the past" If you follow me on social media channels like Facebook or Instagram, you will know how brave I was yesterday, when decided to cut my hair to super short (haha!) and color them into silvery color.
However, these images were shoot back in February 2015 when I had possibly the longest hair in my entire life-time ^.^. Sunday morning alarm clock set up for 5 am, I was ready for new adventure! This was my first ever shoot inside a derelict building before and we did choose the most difficult one to enter. No pain no gain! HAHA :-)
This Vintage dress choices makes me fee like I was coming out of an episode of the 60's TV drama
This old Town Hall was built in 1807 by Charles Watson and since at least 1997 to present, the building remains disused. In 2007, it was named by the Victorian Society as one of their top ten buildings most at-risk. We have shoot inside for about 3 and half hour and despite fighting with the cold inside this old stone building (but, of course, I am not a woman to be swayed by the weather), we managed to complete a set of four images.
Hope you enjoy these as much as I loved working on the shoot with this A-team!
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