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I see myself as a creator of universes, conveying stories and images. With my head filled with the great thinkers: Shakespeare, Lev Tolstoj, Michel de Montaigne, television series: Friends, Grey's Anatomy, Homeland and animators Pixar and Disney, I am creating my own world. When not plugging along on new projects or chasing around my mini humans, (niece and nephew) Isabella and Olivier, I can be found riding in my wheelchair or trying to keep my Beagle dog satisfied.

Fulltime Wheelchair User Now, I am a fulltime wheelchair user, every single day is a bit like top-sport to me. For me, a simple movement is much more difficult than for healthy people. And still, I am happy and always find a way to do whatever I want. I see myself as a creator of universes, conveying stories and images. With my head filled with the great thinkers: Shakespeare, Lev Tolstoj, Michel de Montaigne, television series: Friends, Grey's Anatomy, Homeland and animators Pixar and Disney, I am creating my own world. When not plugging along on new projects or chasing around my mini humans, (niece and nephew) Isabella and Olivier, I can be found riding in my wheelchair or trying to keep my Beagle dog satisfied.

In my former career I had the privilige of working with great students as a teacher Social Studies. Thanks to my health issues my career ended straight away. But my mind was still hungry for knowledge. So that's why I'm self–taught and constantly learning. Just for fun! I've been exploring the world of art, writing, Illustrating and webdesign with my bare hands along the way as monuments to my friends and family. Limitations bring out the best in a situation, which is why I keep my collaborations in a nimble little set up. So people I have worked with are - by necessity - highly experienced, skilled, confident and innovative.

Life is a succession of lessons that must be lived to be understood. I have used the analogy that learning to live with a rare Muscle Disease is like trying to cross a stream without getting wet. The only way is by using the stepping stones provided (my chosen life's path). Each step is a life experience and I must come to terms with that experience (regain my balance) before being able to take the next step. It is a slow and often challenging journey, but I am finding it very fulfilling.

12

Year Work Experience

726

Cups Of Coffee

8

Finished Project

3

Wheelchairs

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