I remember, how it all began.
Three years ago, I moved to the Saint Petersburg city: I would like to do something, that I could not do in my home city at the time — actively do creative work, share its results on my performances, work on interesting audio and video projects with a team of highly motivated and versatile personalities, and learn the work on media from the best.
Ironically, I entered the Saint Petersburg State University of Telecommunications for this — the place, in which I did not want to stay for an additional minute beyond the required time, but in which there was the multimedia center, that I liked so much. I spent hours there, working on my songs and podcasts about idioms in English and Russian languages and about free events in the Saint Petersburg.
When I arrived back to the Samara city, everything changed — I have not touched musical instruments and recording equipment, nor I did creative work throughout the year. My single microphone was covered with a large layer of dust, and I was getting worse psychologically.
But if my life turned one hundred and eighty degrees two years ago, then a year ago, it re-turned as much, and everything happened as it should have happened. Having only one microphone with a stand, I firmly decided to save up for the equipment on my own and create a production center with the team, that treats creating with love. Putting up advertising sheets during heat and cold, the persistent work as a tutor of English language, going to the most remote places of the Samara Region for the necessary equipment — perseverance and patience allowed me to get closer to my long‑term dream.
Today, I especially want to express my gratitude — first of all — to my parents and also to Alina Bikbulatova, Maxim Letov, Anton Matvienko, Alisa Ivanova, and Benjamin Ostrov: familiarity with each of them affected what I am doing now and what I aim for.
¡And now — to the work!