Born in 1979 and raised with the moody weathers of south of Sweden and the heat and temperance of polish immigrant parents. Her creative path started of in her early years, were growing up in the outskirts of Malmö, fantasies and imagination became an antagonist to the dullness of the repetitive grey building blocks that was the backdrop of her everyday life.
Fueled with the longing for a more colourful world, at 15 she rejected her dream of becoming a scientist and followed her passion and applied to a theatrical school with focus on set design and costume.
Driven by the fascination of aesthetics, colours and shapes she continued to art school with textile design as major. Today she has been working professionally as a stylist and set designer for over a decade. Doing set design, decor and styling for photoshoots, movies, advertising and window display. She has also been the creative director of the visual merchandising department at Hansa in Malmö since 2008.
As a stylist her mission is to adapt and define the part of visual storytelling by mixing the harmony of beauty with the chaos of playfulness. Her motto is that everything can become attractive and interesting. Most people are very visual beings, it’s in our biology. So the way you present the story often makes all the difference.