Born in Armenia, Yerevan, he moved to Europe at an early age and received private education in Romania until he graduated highschool at the Mark Twain International School with a bilingual International Baccalaureate diploma. He continued his educational cycle at the National University of Arts, Bucharest, Faculty of Decorative Arts and Design, refining and feeding his taste and skills with hard work and dedication.
His limitless passion for design, art, architecture and the cultural heritage received through his Armenian roots gave him an extra edge and different point of view as his vision was a clash between the ornament rich and intriguing Caucasus , and the clean European aesthetic he was raised with.
Educated with the mentality of being involved in the civil society, he gather a big part of his experience while volunteering in the Image and Marketing department of the UN Youth Association of Romania, co-founding the Armenian Youth Organization & Armenian Church Youth Organization in 2011 and coordinating their visual identity until 2016, time in which projects like "Festivalul Strada Armeneasca- Armenian Street Festival" were given identities. Volunteering opportunities opened new doors, as he started to work with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), getting to create visual campaigns, lobby and be part of a generation that pushed and reached a Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons at the United Nations. ICAN was awarded with the NOBEL PEACE PRIZE 2017 for being an essential engine in reaching the Nuclear Ban Treaty.
Currently he works as a freelance designer, tailoring personalized design for his clients from around the world, helping them visually shape their ideas.