I would describe my own work as an intensive mixture or various elements such as psychology, geography, environment, inter-cultural aspects etc. which, I believe, make it quite diverse yet still ascribe it my own unique perspectives based on different backgrounds and experiences I have gone through until today as being a young, curious traveler who is in a constant move catching glimpses of unusual moments, people and everything that is in connection with their inner and outer contents.
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