My first works were made with enamel as I was very much attracted by this old technique. Jewels and colors let me play with their combinations to satisfy my interest in proportions and form language. With simple forms and other elements I try to make my works live and speak. I am always asking what do other people see and hear in my works. The more associations my works evoke, the better they become. Though they mustn’t be too talkative, rather they must serve as a key to something more. Gradually my works have become more ascetic. Now I like flat, plain surfaces along with sophisticated hinges and joints. This is the same language, only in more laconic frame.