All began with the fact that at the end I had a 1  in art and music and neither wanted to be an artist nor musician  nor a teacher. I became an architect because I wanted to ground myself with the creation of habitats.
With 45, in the newly arisen multimedia desktop publishing, I found  something which offered my imagination the now so sorely missed game space. Meanwhile I had also learned to ground me with Tai-Chi-energy – more than is possible with architects work.
Now that’s the kind of companion  I am: a generalist who sings a song of literacy, tells a story of movement or writes a book for a movie. Looking forward to a lively exchange with you.