Since my childhood I have been a rock enthusiast inside out. I used to spend hours in the woods or water searching for the perfect jewels for my collection. I gave each piece a special name and set up exhibitions for my family and friends. And – believe it or not – I even tried to eat some of them. They looked so delicious! My mom had to check my mouth regularly; I think it’s really a miracle that I still have teeth.
My eternal source of inspiration
After growing older rocks have become an important part of my life in a different way. They inspire me, fascinate me and sometimes even scare me with their immersive mystical power. I am a true adventurer and after thinking I have realized that rocks are also part of my every trip. As a nature and sport addict I either hike, bike, sail or ride to explore new gorgeous places: caves, islands, waterfalls, canyons or mountains – you name it. Each single stone is unique and a piece of art by itself. The more massive rock formations I see as natural art galleries. I will never get tired of finding new types of minerals or imagining names for odd looking figures according to their appearance.