I'm a young man, man full of passion, and various hobbies. Passion itself let me find joy in life, pushed to make my dreams come true. I have an impression that those dreams motivated me to work. Since the very young age, I loved to take part in school assemblies, galas, celebrations and performing on stage gave me so much fun. With time, I became responsible for organisation of partys. I loved it. I have put my heart into it, and commited into what I was doing, because the smile and satisfaction on my contemporaries' faces was something amazing. I remember that acting, music, dance, or fashion always inspired me, I loved to imitate different artists, know whats on top right now. Unfortunately, it was impossible to me to go this way, as I never had this possibility. This would never let go, I knew I have to start somewhere. I can't live like that! I have to do something, something that will make me happy, and will let me do what I love and... am able to do. It worked out at last. As most of young people, i got fascinated by sport. It reuired from me a lot of effort, self-dyscipline, about which I myself mainly could decide. I knew it had to be something that will allow me to express myself, broaden my knowledge. I knew it had to be something that will open a new possibilities to me. So it happened. Sport was light in my eyes, my art, my way of life, nearly an addiction... Martial arts, that was the domain I was developing my skills, primarily mainly Taekwon-do. It was that place, I finally felt I was not going back, and my self-dyscipline was reaching perfection. It was because of Teakwon-do I learned how much defeat and victory tastes. Taking part in international competitions in different countries allowed me to learn different people and cultures. So as every man would, I have reached the stage, where I knew I achieved what I could, and I need to try something new. So I was learning and combining new types of martial arts: muay thai, wrestling and brazillian ju jitsu. "One does not simply live with sport". This thought went through my head. I find it good. I wont resign from sport, because why would I do that? I started a college. Second good thing. Bigger city, widerr possibilities. The fact that I dont like to stand in one place, and am not giving up on my dreams easily, made me want to try modelling, or publicity. Even though I am a rookie, I know it is important in life to try, everything that makes us happy, that brings pleasure, and somewhere inside I know i will be damn good at it.