Architect by profession, wanderer by heart, I often found myself indulged in unfamiliar locations, to unknown paths. Celebrating the joy of travelling, I believe that every journey has a story ready to be unfold, be it a thousand miles long, or to your backyard. Intrigued by extensive beauty of mother earth, I try to find peace in wild landscapes, by experiencing nature in it's raw form, through following trails of dense forests and high mountains.
And the one thing that keep the hunger to travel alive inside me is to explore through the time, through ruins of lost cities, through fragments of forgotten cultures. Be it a World Heritage site or a small symbolism of a past culture, these historical values tell us about the time and people, culture and heritage, that is lost but an intrinsic part of our present. After all, our past is nothing but the shaping force of our present. This curiosity of our ancestral knowledge, of legends and stories, has always filled in me the urge to travel, a certain feeling of purpose.
So this search for nature and history, takes me to various directions, through various mediums, and I am intended to never stop. As Michael Palin says,
“Once the travel bug bites there is no known antidote, and I know that I shall be happily infected until the end of my life”