When I was in high school, and the time came for me to decide which direction I wanted to head towards professionally, I felt rather hesitant… Just like a good Swiss would do, I became a banker ;-)
Ever since I was a little girl something inside me told me that, one day, I would have my own little studio. I just didn't know what I'd do there yet, but I simply felt it was waiting for me:
It took me a few years to figure out what my passion is, and I tried a lot of new things in the process. Among other things, I was tried knitting for a while – each head of the family is now a proud owner of a self-knitted beany ;-) Then back in 2016, I found that my heart belongs to calligraphy.
Cut to today:
As an enthusiastic autodidact, I believe that we can achieve anything if it comes from the heart and if we do it with passion. After a decade of working in a bank as a consultant, I quit my job to become a calligrapher and designer for wedding stationery. And I am living my dream, just as Mark Twain said: “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”
So here I am, happy as a clam to be a self-taught calligrapher and stationery designer who will do anything to make your stationery dreams come true.
Life in Words
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