I started out as a Graphic Designer in the year 2006. When I started college, I was actively engaged in graphic designing, but one class opened my creativity, and the way I looked at art had been completely changed. Prior to the course I assumed that art was something no more than an aesthetically pleasing painting, drawing, sculpture and photography. At the completion of the course, I began thinking of art in a different light. Photography means to paint with light and I soon realized that there was more to photography than pressing a button. I realized the goal of an artist is not simply to create a beautiful picture, rather to express opinions, ideas and feelings to a viewer. This is when I began to think of art as a movement of the soul and mind that is brought to life through my work.