Describe: The Dada Love

Born in the late 80's. Multicultural and multilingual.

Now working for an NGO, I still indulge into poetry, music and arts. I worked for many years in performance arts and creative writing. I gave workshops to youngsters and specialised on working with those, who have experienced the lesser bright side of life. 

Some weeks ago I bought myself a Ukulele and like to pretend I can play it. 


I accept bookings from time to time if they don't clash with my schedule.


I have a BA in International Relations and a MSc in Globalisation and Development. So basically I am a poetic, political economist who loves talking about poverty. Evolution is a beautiful, random never-ending process which I am devoted to mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. I love the fact that we're made out of stardust. I have very strong opinions regarding the misconception of kindness vs niceness/politeness, hence I will never consider myself a nice person. 


I thrive in awkwardness, compassion and broken beauty. 


This Blog:


I've been working on this Blog since 2007, however all material from 2007 to 2009 has been deleted because I firstly used it as some sort of  photo sharing tool (yes, that all happened before Facebook). Mostly it contains poems and random lists. I like linking different realms of perception with each other as I strongly believe that everything is somehow interconnected. I'm an advocate of open-ness in order to heal wounds and to realise that we're never that alone after all.


Thanks for coming by and reading stuff I've written in this liminal space.  


I have been published and featured on audio and analogue mediums. If you want to know what and where I am published send me an e-mail.

I am working on a poetry collection and am currently looking for creative graphic desginers.