THE SURVIVING QUESTIONS
1. IN ONE SENTENCE, HOW WOULD YOU DEFINE WHAT YOU DO?
Out of unimpressive raw materials I craft amazing pieces of jewellery.
2. WHAT DID YOU LEARN THANKS TO YOUR HANDS?
The knowledge of the goldsmith craftsmanship needs to be passed on to further generations.
3. IF YOU HAD TO CONVINCE A TEENAGER TO FOLLOW YOUR PATH, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY?
Do something that you really enjoy doing rather than something that brings you money.
THE SURVIVING STORY
My story is this: I simply followed my heart. In fact I started off quite differently from what I do now. Years ago I was working as a dental technician, doing an apprenticeship, but that didn’t really give me a full satisfaction: it was just fine. In a way that was related to “making things” but not the way I wanted, this is why I slowly turned into this. In my today’s profession as a goldsmith I translate both customers’ and my dreams into something real. Frankly I can’t think of anything more beautiful!