christmas workshop

poster - graphic design

Christmas workshop – let’s create part of the Christmas spirit with our hands! I worked together with Alegria – workshops for joy and applied arts. Workshops that occur in children centers, kinder gardens, parental cooperatives, etc. Classes are intended for children and parents, and the relationship built in the creative process is very genuine and strong. Thanks to the various topics, children learn to work with many materials, use different techniques and rely on their imagination.


Visual Identity
Graphic design
alegria workshop
This material was designed to promote a Christmas workshop for applied art and work with children where all participants have fun making handmade cards and all sorts of beauty with the idea to teach children to do things with their own hands and enjoy the process.
alegria workshop
alegria workshop
it positions

easy consult – it positions

For this project I worked together with Easy Consult. They provided me with the web design and the mockups of the site, and I was responsible for programming and implementing the layout using HTML, CSS3, and jQuery interaction effects into a responsive WordPress theme that looks and works smooth on all devices and screen sizes.


skandan music

Bala Skandan is a performer, educator and composer of Carnatic music. He performs both on the Mridangam (double-headed drum) and violin (Carnatic style). He also highlights the beauty of Kanjira (frame drum) and konnakkol (vocal rhythm) in his compositions as well as in performances. He is the lead artist and composer of Akshara Music Ensemble, a NY based Indian-classical music inspired band. Bala Skandan lives in Manhattan and teaches actively.

photo comma

photo comma

Photo comma is a place with mostly personal photography projects or stand alone images without particular connection with each other taken randomly from here and there. A place where my fascination for photography can have shape – looking for contradictions and harmony in the same time – taking pictures just for the pleasure of taking a picture, because of the picture itself – of the thousands of stories hidden behind every moment.