In RCA, my aim was to impress. I was shooting in all directions, or maybe looking for my own direction. I had to be sure I could do everything. It was extremely important.
The years I spent in London were the best years of my life. Moving from Israel to London has sharpened my senses and made me
feel more confident about my professional choices. Unlike Israel, where almost everyone follows current trends, London made me realize everything was possible, acceptable and legit. Everyone was entitled to have their own opinion, and to be proud of their own personal taste. There was a place for everyone.
I look at my RCA projects; can’t say I like them all. This may be another way of self-inspection.
As a graduate, I was definitely less confused.