Sometimes itâ€™s the small things in life that trigger great changes. The mellow notes in Pink Floydâ€™s â€œLost for Wordsâ€ and blistering solos in Iron Maidenâ€™s â€œHallowed be Thy Nameâ€ persuaded me to get my very own guitar and since then I have been hitch-hiking along the lanes of music; also, it was a summer course in the days of early teenagehood that introduced me to the awe-inspiring world of Macromediaâ€™s web design suite and to another highway in life. The first website I designed was about super cars: a humble project of five HTML pages with some animation. It was about more than just the grade (an A, if youâ€™re curious); I had found my passion. My schoolâ€™s curriculum did not offer any web designing course and it was not until I moved abroad that I was able to pursue the field and actually create a website for my universityâ€™s Academic Resource Center.
I was born in a constitutionally free country still struggling to shake away the shackles of slavery. Hence, I live with a free soul but one that feels restless to free itself some more everyday.
I have ventured into various parts of the worldâ€”touring, learning and having fun of course â€”but every journey is a means to an end. However far I travel, however lost I become, my roots manage to pull me back: cooking, drooling over my gadgets (especially Appleâ€™s), a camera, guitar, comics, and that cherished routine one hour spent battling on Modern Warfare 2 every nightâ€¦ Iâ€™m home and sane again!