Everything about that dream smelled free, daring, risky and too good to become true. But everything was in itself equally peaceful as struggling. I was constantly hearing this inner voice pushing me to take the leap.
I needed to make my story true. My dream grew up so much that I had to let it out. That was the time when I become a photography graduate student at Savannah College of Art and Design—Atlanta, after being awarded with their fellowship.
To arrive here, I embraced vulnerability and self-acceptance to be able to create things that will move people. Today, at our fifth issue of a magazine that got born as a response to the need of having more meaningful things in life, we made connection between people. What Liberty Ate magazine brought purpose, meaning and authenticity to what matter to me and you: good food, inspirational stories and deeply-felt beautiful imagery.
This unconventional-casual-pretentious and moral magazine I created has become a lesson learned along the way: exceptionally personal experiences have been as good as successful as failed, full of purpose and their potential has helped us go beyond our weakness.