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MA student at the Royal College of Art
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Sotiris

Hey, I’m Sotiris!

London, UK · Member since May 2013
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I always try to lose enough weight so I can fit in a jacket I really love but was never my size. Still trying...

I love watching films and occasionally coming up with my own stories and if there's time/money/interested people turning them into films.

I super like cooking and trying new flavors and when people enjoy eating my food then I'm in heaven! I know how to make my bed in the best way possible so that a coin can roll from one side to the other without stopping. It's not that hard I can show you! I can also "teach" you some Greek. I can share with you my chocolate-coconut brownie recipe. And I definitely wanna learn from you so many things I haven't even imagined of.

Don't get me wrong but I really dislike mosquitoes and first chance I get I hunt them down. On the other hand, I love whales and one very close friend of mine, named Sulla, comes from the waters near Antarctica, a place I'd like to visit and spend some time working there.

People say I'm usually smiley and a bit "out there". If it's valid I guarantee it's not on purpose! The most amazing things are the ones most of times go unnoticed but when I'm lucky enough to pay more attention I'm really BLOWN AWAY!

Personal Philosophy: Do not forget to use soap.

Fims, Music, Books I really like!
Films: Spoorloos (1988), Terminator (1984), The Thing (1981), The Reflecting Skin (1990), The Last Wave (1977), El Topo (1970), Walkabout (1970) and so many others...
Music: David Bowie, Coil, A-ha, PJ Harvey, Arcade Fire, Depeche Mode, Kraftwerk, Lena Platonos and again so many others...
Books: Douglas Coupland - Generation X (1991), Ernest Hemingway - The Old Man and the Sea (1951), Yukio Mishima - Confessions of a Mask (1949) and once more so many others...