When I think back on my childhood, I can vividly remember a passion for building things. As a kid I would always take packaging materials and build things out of them. I would use Styrofoam to make boats, and cardboard to make mission control centers. My room consisted of 20% furniture and 80% Lego, everything I did had a creative aspect to it.
As I began to mature, and my tastes and preferences changed, the one constant was always creation and design. In my teens I switched from mainly building Lego, to pursuing new challenges in building out of different materials, be it wood, metal, or plastic, there was always something to be made. By the time I started drinking beer I was soon to find that I could also make it and create my own beers to my liking, once again letting me design and create things that interest me.
Following the same mindset, I decided to study IDE in The Hague, as I hope it will help me develop my design and creative skills. As well as prepare me to be able to apply them in a professional environment, without compromising my interests. I want to do what makes me happy.