“After considerable time spent in IT doing development / architecture / project management / management, I finally decided to move on to new challenges in the wild realms of creative industries. That’s how I came to found my very own company, MI-KU.
I strongly believe that businesses and artists can benefit a lot from working together. Not only does it give artists a platform to perform on – and being paid for it, it does provide businesses with more visibility, better image and improved chance for sales. And it’s good for local communities, too!
Additionally organizations – both the commercial and the art/cultural ones – can optimize their public relation efforts by teaming up on using tools and providing content. That’s especially true for smaller endeavors.
Enabling and organizing this as well as providing visuals, knowledge and IT tools for it – this is what MI-KU does.
As a Photo Designer (fancy name for a photographer primarily dealing with B2B) I’m focusing on digital photography and post production.
Artistically I strive to liberate from merely depicting things to forming visuals showing alternative realities with only little obligation to the real world.
Together with my wife I’ve founded AKIA, a cultural association, to further promote digital art and encourage artist to work together in inter-disciplinary project.”
“I am a fashion communicator who is interested in styling, photography and art direction. I would like to experience and communicate to the world through fashion. I love travelling and learning about new culture which broaden my mind as a designer and artist”.
There is no such thing as impossible. Beauty is timeless. The world is what you make it. My imagination is infinite.
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