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Bonjo Abadi

Bonjo

Wedding, Destination

I am an ardent lover of simplicity: from taking on life as it arises moment by moment, to creating works that reflect clean, clear lines, drawing from naked, honest emotions. But my passion for simplicity is perhaps most evident in how I dress, as many have noticed, the perennial white shirt for every and all occasions (unless of course, I’m attending your wedding, as a guest ;-)

Despite of my fear of flying, my love for travel knows no compromise. I often find myself propelled to places near and far, taking off on spontaneous trips. Being outdoor: the wind, the trickling water, shy glimpses or bold explosion of light shafts, foreign faces and unknown turfs, the perfect imperfection of mother nature and man-made structures melange… these are among the elements that invigorate and exhilarate me. But nothing beats the feeling of homecoming; embraced in the warmth and care of those I love the most: my family, and the apple of my eye, my enchanting baby sister.

Taking time to observe how people react to certain topics before engaging them in a conversation is something I enjoy doing. This, together with the desire to see only the best in people without judging their actions and attitudes, helps me adapt to new surroundings quickly.

I used to be, and sometimes still am, impatient and easily triggered when things don’t meet my standard of perfection. At times, I make biting comments to people when I mean to express my love and care for them. However, being a part of the ever-growing Terralogical team has helped me tremendously to learn to be a compassionate and supportive team player, and to overcome my hurtful tendencies.

Being a perfectionist I thrive and create best, as well as give most ‘bang for the buck’, when I’m allowed full freedom over creative and artistic licences, rather than confinement to a fixed to-do list.

I live for good food. Ask me where to eat and I promise you the best meals of your life, but I can’t cook to save my life.

“Can I have my whiskey neat, please, Japanese preferably?”
- Simple life, according to Bonjo Abadi -

Bonjo Abadi

Bonjo

Wedding, Destination

I am an ardent lover of simplicity: from taking on life as it arises moment by moment, to creating works that reflect clean, clear lines, drawing from naked, honest emotions. But my passion for simplicity is perhaps most evident in how I dress, as many have noticed, the perennial white shirt for every and all occasions (unless of course, I’m attending your wedding, as a guest ;-)

Despite of my fear of flying, my love for travel knows no compromise. I often find myself propelled to places near and far, taking off on spontaneous trips. Being outdoor: the wind, the trickling water, shy glimpses or bold explosion of light shafts, foreign faces and unknown turfs, the perfect imperfection of mother nature and man-made structures melange… these are among the elements that invigorate and exhilarate me. But nothing beats the feeling of homecoming; embraced in the warmth and care of those I love the most: my family, and the apple of my eye, my enchanting baby sister.

Taking time to observe how people react to certain topics before engaging them in a conversation is something I enjoy doing. This, together with the desire to see only the best in people without judging their actions and attitudes, helps me adapt to new surroundings quickly.

I used to be, and sometimes still am, impatient and easily triggered when things don’t meet my standard of perfection. At times, I make biting comments to people when I mean to express my love and care for them. However, being a part of the ever-growing Terralogical team has helped me tremendously to learn to be a compassionate and supportive team player, and to overcome my hurtful tendencies.

Being a perfectionist I thrive and create best, as well as give most ‘bang for the buck’, when I’m allowed full freedom over creative and artistic licences, rather than confinement to a fixed to-do list.

I live for good food. Ask me where to eat and I promise you the best meals of your life, but I can’t cook to save my life.

“Can I have my whiskey neat, please, Japanese preferably?”
- Simple life, according to Bonjo Abadi -