After my dream of becoming a member of the X Squad had been shattered, I decided to dedicate myself to Grafic Arts instead, it was not a bad option after all. So I hung up my superhero costume and I proclaimed that pencil and paper were my new weapons!
Back then, I studied the popular A levels in Arts from the IES Josep Mª Llompart in Palma of which I graduated in Fine Arts with remarkable grades. Consequently, I was even more inclined to pursue this career.
Once my rebellious teen stage was over, I enrolled at Escola Superior de Disseny of the Balearic Islands (ESDIB), where I attended the first year in Product Design. After a very confused first year surrounded by boxes, lamps and sketches of chairs and so forth, it was clear to me that Industrial Design was not for me. But I was not giving up as a Never-Ending Battle X-Men!
The next year starting Graphic Design at ESDIB was at last the real thing for me. I was in the New Bulgarian University (NBU) during my last semester where I coursed very interesting subjects like Children's illustration, Lettering in Latin and Cyrillic script and Textile Printing at the same time as I was getting my access level in Bulgarian (A1) and my advanced level in English (B2).
Soon after I obtained my degree, I discovered SSSIT, a place where from the very first moment I knew I wanted to be a part of. I requested a placement and so far they haven't manage to get rid of me (and they will not succeed that easily either...).