To encourage. To inspire. To empower.

Think of those moments of joy that are refreshing and delightful. It might be a barbecue among relatives in the garden, a casual game with friends on the couch, a child laughing on the street or cycling down near the coast. Those gatherings, those seconds shared together are the ones we live for. The act of play is what joins us together into sharing these refreshing events of our lives. Let’s capture it!

Social justice, gender, racial and ethnic equity, acceptance of disabilities and physical restrictions, homelessness, mental illness. These issues are constantly hidden behind economic and political decisions. Being considered as social norms that every human being is given. The right is not in their hands. There is a need for change.


Everyone deserves equal chances.

Everyone deserves space to gather.

Llandaff Theme Park
Coconet

Llandaff Theme Park

Coconet


Would like to work together?

Here are some of my collaborative works.

Global Dialogue Centre

Let it Grow!


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