my childhood I love to discover different countries and people's morals. I grew up bilingual in Indonesia and in Germany. While travelling I
often had the opportunity to experience various cultures of countries like Indonesia, Birma, Singapore, China,
Australia, New Zealand, France and Sicily.
Through various internships, I've found my passion for craft of stonemasonry and sculptures and completed the apprenticeship. During the training by Mr. Kraemer, I have acquired a certain basis of the traditional craft. This
foundation is adequate for everyday professional tasks of a stonemason
and sculptress, but I also wanted to deal with preservation of
monuments. In order to gain more knowledge in restoration and preservation, I moved to another company, where I successfully
completed my education and I was honored as winner of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany.
I worked as a stonemason/sculpress
in historic preservation for a further year. Then I applied at the Cologne University for "Restoration and preservation of wallpainting and objects made of stone", as well at the TU Darmstadt for "Bachelor
of Education - Building Technology". I
chose to study bachelor of education to teach at vocational schools,
because I feel committed to educate students every facets of
sustainability. At the same time the interconnection with art, craft and nature is very important for me. I
consider myself not only as a future teacher, but also as an artist and
craftswoman. I would partly teach at vocational schools, but as well
all my fellow human beings to convey a sustainable awareness with
their mind, heart and action.
I am socially engaged with following sustainable groups: Vielbunt e.V., Hochschulgruppe Nachhaltigkeit and Foodsharing Darmstadt