Skills in :
- Architecture & Design : proposals of concepts, volumes, interior design – furniture design; working in Archicad, Autocad, Google sketchup (even drawing by hand); rendering in 3dsmax, Artlantis, Lumion; editing in Photoshop.
- Translations : I am not an authorized translator, but I’m both English and French speaker (English - advanced level, French - intermediate level).
- Content Writing: I can professionally handle the writing of an article, as I use an original approach, a systematic documentation on the subject before starting, a structure based on the logical flow of ideas that would easily highlight the overall theme of the article.
I’m currently studying at the Faculty of Architecture. Nevertheless, I’m trying to keep up a free spirit and “juggle” with other domains as well. Architecture has always been a huge influence in my life, but it didn’t dominate it, for the simple fact that I didn’t want it to be that way. Fortunately, a domain that vast offers you numerous ways of development, both professionally and mentally, and if you know what you want, you can learn a little bit from everything; that is way I try not to remain blocked in one position. I like to see the big picture of things. My idea of practicing architecture and, in general , investing creativity in a field that concerns art and architecture, is strictly connected to the idea of nature and the naturalness of things.
I like challenges, in the way that I consider I can face them (I have tested this fact by applying to certain contests, all architecture related). Starting to write articles was also perceived as a challenge at first, but it came to be something that I can naturally accomplish, as I've already set the base of a structured way of thinking during my university years.
Learning and knowing French language has a beautiful story in the background. In high school I was part of a French theatre group, therefore I had the perfect occasion to practice French. We travelled through Europe at theatre festivals and even won some prizes. It was an entire experience, which, in a way, explains my passion for scenography. At the end of high school I took my DELF B2 diploma that helped me in a way latter, when I left one semester with an Erasmus scholarship in Belgium.
Knowing English language dates back from even later years, from primary school. Studying the language in intensive and then bilingual stage in high school had as an evident consequence the good knowledge of English language.