If I want to believe my parents and my siblings, I am drawing since the moment I was able to hold a pencil – and I simply never stopped since then. When I was in kindergarten all the other kids slipped their sheets of paper over to me. I filled them with drawings so they could color them. I simply was to impatient crayon them in.
However I didn’t study fine arts or illustration later on, but architecture. Mainly at Bauhaus-University-Weimar, but also at the University of Naples, Italy and Universität der Künste of Berlin. For my architectural projects I always started designing by drawing myself a specific person as a builder. Only then i began to design the building around their imagined personality, wishes and needs. Not all professors of mine could handle this kind of work-process but in the end I got my diploma. From now on there were no more floor-plans for me but paint, brushes and a whole bunch of crayons.
LOVE WHAT YOU DO. DO WHAT YOU LOVE.
I’m in love with everything that moves and nothing is more fun for me than capturing as much as possible of the energy and beauty of life itself.
Picture: Alexander Burzik