My motivation came from my soul and flows openly, on my face and my work. I love what I do and I do it with intensity, I live every moment and I transmit every emotion.
In each project I dive deep into the region, into their craft and into the lives of the people who do them. It is a dive governed by research and gaze, guided by the heart, made with respect and with the rhythm dictated by time. I transform and provoke transformations, attitudes that reflect in the surroundings and beyond.
I believe that design is one of the ways to value and eternalize these ancestral knowledges and the importance of nature around us, so I try to use all the tools that I have to stitch all of this together into a patchwork of infinite possibilities, creating feelings and generating emotions.
Through Yankatu I expose not only my work, but also, and perhaps most importantly, the work of artisans connected to mine. It is a huge responsibility that I feel because I end up bringing with me the dream of many.
I hope to be able to respond to all the affection and confidence that I receive from these wonderful people, and I hope to be able to pass on to you, reader, these same emotions, so I can continue to do that for as long as I live.
Thank you for taking the time to know a bit about my work.