About

I am currently a Master’s student at the UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs with a focus on global governance and security studies, where I have become especially interested in the relationship between cybersecurity and the decline of state sovereignty. Having focused mostly on the Transatlantic region academically, I am also interested in European geopolitics and the history of Modern Europe. Being a sports fanatic, I enjoy studying sportive nationalism and its role in international relations today as well.

I am also an experienced digital marketer with specialisations in content marketing, branding, and copywriting. With an additional background in graphic design, I like to lead campaigns that are accompanied by consistent and well-rounded visuals.

Through my academic interests and marketing experience, I am currently testing methods to explain policy, politics, and its related subjects in a compelling manner. My personal and career goal is to further public interest in history and politics through visual appeal and simpler writing. I think that with these methods, not only will people appreciate these topics more, but also begin to explore policy issues on their own.

With these ideas in mind, my website is a sandbox that experiments with the best way of explaining global policy issues. Aside from that, I also enjoy posting about my favourite topics including sports, strategy games, electronic music, and trends in visual design. My complete design portfolio can also be found here, fully annotated with the ideas behind each project.

Hope you enjoy your stay!