Date of birth: 1984
Studies: Institute of Applied Arts - Sopron, graphical studies
Even as a little girl, I was amazed by the world of drawing.
I grew up in Balatonfüred, a little town at the coast of Lake Balaton. I walked a lot with my family on the coast, where many graphic artists used to draw portraits and caricatures for turists every spring and summer.
I could stand by their side for hours to see them drawing the portrait of the person sitting in front of them, and finally the blank paper turned into a beautiful drawing... just as magic.
That time, when I arrived home, I took a pencil and a paper, and sat down to draw my own portraits from members of my family.
I have always loved drawing - pencil and paper were my best friends almost until I went to secondary school. At secondary school I moved away from the world of arts and became interested in turism. But actually this recrudescence lasted for a few years, and it turned out soon, that drawing is what I really am, what I would like to do for a lifetime.
In this way I became a graphic artist finally.
I worked at a graphic company for 2 years, in my freetime I illustrated books for children. After that I became a "freelancer", now my husband and I have a small graphic studio.
- Csillogó Pelyhek (october, 2007. TTK - Tóth Könyvkiadó)
- Édes Angyalom (november, 2007. Kiara Kiadó)
- Óvodások ballagási emlékkönyve (in preparation, TTK - Tóth Könyvkiadó)
- Hurrá! Itt a tél! (in preparation, Santos Kiadó)
- Mit hozott a Mikulás? (in preparation, Santos Kiadó)