I've got a family of doctors, two parent doctors and to sisters striving to be doctors. So I was the one to be the artistic one, still our family life has been full of artistic hobbies and activities. I’ve suffered from dyslexia, dysgrafia and dyscalculia for the whole of my life and of course it hit the most hardest at school. I didn’t fit in the normal student life and found myself paddling through all of the school work. It was hard to be different, but then I found the world of expressing with art. It became my writing, reading and understanding, letter's became colours and rules became composition to me. All thanks to my family who always said “not to be ashamed” of myself. Of course there where times, that I wished I would be “normal” without my disabilities. But now-a-days I see them as advantages, I feel like I see the world in my own unique way. I have arrived from a long way of hardships to this point of being proud of it and wanting to use it as my profession.