I do not remember exactly when I began to develop my creative spirit … but I always felt that the arts united me in a very special way with my mother and that the artistic would play an important role in my life.
I started with the world of music at four years old. No wonder my passion for music; He has always had and continues to have a very important role in my mother’s family. His father, my grandfather, was a brilliant composer musician.
Playing the piano and singing gave me discipline, but above all and most importantly, they taught me how to capture the sensations that surround any applied art. With the piano I started to flow, create and feel … Composing became my way of expressing my emotions. Each note gave me a different feeling and idea. In short, with the piano I began to feel and shape my ideas and emotions.
Later, my passion for painting and design in general came. At the end of classes, I ran and ran to be “between seams” with my mother. Literally, when I arrived at the Atelier I would stand behind the door to listen to her and see the passion with which she exercised her profession. I was transporting what I call “the world of the child artist” and I played to create by experimenting and experimenting without limits. With this I learned to see beyond, to escape all limits and to focus on the truly authentic. In short, I learned to capture the essence of people and discovered that in the world splendid treasures are bubbling. As Jean-Jacques Rousseau quotes: “The world of reality has its limits, the world of imagination is infinite.”
Finally, the Modistry and Pattern Making have given me the necessary base to be able, technically, to shape my ideas and translate them into the client’s body. With the traditional methods of dressmaking and pattern making I have learned to balance the concepts within the creative world, as well as to pay attention to the details of the meticulous, artisan, delicate and absolutely perfect work of haute couture.
They say that artists are born, they do not become … I say: “Art brings things to light. It illuminates us. It sheds light on the darkness that is in us. It projects a luminous ray over the heart of our shadows and says, see? “