Since I was a child I was always in love with letters. Yes, you heard it. English letters.
Russian letters came first though. I was fascinated by their beauty and what they can say to me. I was looking for a meaning behind them. I read between the lines. Metaphor, alliteration, comparison, hyperbole, simile. I loved them all. With no exception. Letters became words. Words turned into phrases. Phrases became sentences. With a message inside and decoration on top. Being in love with letters made me learn English. I started to speak English by learning English sentences and texts by heart. In my case, it was the best way to learn.
I have had an affair with the English Language for the most of my life. It’s a lifelong romance filled with action, intrigue and curiosity.
As an English Teacher I am afforded an opportunity to engage with students on an emotional level through presentation and body language which provokes curiosity. Students learn better when they are engaged.
Since moving to Asia, I fell in love with going to local events. I have always loved dancing. I guess, I inherited the improvisation skills form my mother who is a dance teacher. I am not.
Some time later, I realized that I could turn my creative thoughts into concept events. To create an atmosphere. And let the attendees experience more fun. And be part of a concept.
Somehow, I found the way to get all the pieces of my puzzle together. I feel complete doing what I do.