I go by Nadia, and I'm the accomplice in this dynamic duo known as 'Studio and Co.'I've had my fair share of peculiar encounters. Once, a Japanese videographer remarked that my communication style is bold and unconventional, possibly because I have a penchant for rolling my Rs, lending my sentences an innate air of authority. He left me with the tagline: the unpardonable accountant. I kept his gift.
I prefer to work with motivated and hungry for change, goal-oriented business owners, but every now and then, I find myself succumbing to
the charms of an odd artist.
Am I mad?
Why would I willingly embrace the whimsy of such creative souls?
Picture this: an accountant's life, normally mired in the mundane, is suddenly interrupted by the arrival of an artist, their imagination awash with vivid hues of peculiarity. It's like stepping into a Salvador Dalí painting, where reality and dreams entwine in a mesmerizing dance. Working with artists is akin to tiptoeing on the precipice of a surreal dreamland.
The exhilaration of taming their financial mayhem keeps me hooked, like an artist's muse yearning for inspiration. In this peculiar partnership, I offer structure to their artistic chaos, and in return, they infuse vitality into my monochromatic financial realm. Working with artists is a thrilling escapade into the unknown, where the sinister and the whimsical collide, leaving an indelible mark on both the canvas of art and the ledger of life.
There's one caveat: I can only accommodate a limited number of artists on my roster, lest my entire practice becomes a frenzied tango, presenting me with the electrifying challenge of staying afloat. Lastly, the fun fact: Leisa met me by a pure administrative mistake or did she?