My philosophy is to always strive to work with something I can call my hobbie. I’m very lucky to be able to say that this philosophy is going pretty good, but it’s not all good luck. I’ve put in a lot of work, many times I had to work two-three jobs to afford the fun. And sometimes I struggled to remember what the fun was. It has taken a lot of long term planning and sacrificing, but I’m happy to say it’s been worth it all the way. 

Music has always been an outlet and passion of mine and for the past ten years I’ve been working in the music industry. During the years I’ve had different roles and perspectives, which I learned a lot from. What I’ve also learned about myself is that I really enjoy plants. So with my self-taught skills I made plants into a job 3 years ago, to balance my time in the studio, and on tour, with a more down to earth-fun. 

This last year has consisted of downscaling most of my hobbies to fully dive in to and develop another hobbie – my interest in communication and PR. I have a big interest in brand building and how to give value through communication. During the year I reconnected with my joy in writing and am now looking to combine writing and communication for a future career.