I've been in touch with Amiga since I was a child, I got my own, really cool one for my 12th birthday. Apart from games I started playing drawing and music. At that time I listened to completely different music than my friends, Art of Nosie, Tangerine Dream, Jarre, Vangelis, and also a lot of Amiga mods. I liked the demoscene, but at that time I didn't know enough. I also tried my hand at Amos, I even wrote a game similar to Hired Guns on vectors. I figured out how to draw them myself. My second big project was a text editor with proportional fonts, I remember thinking before I slept how to do a function, and I only had a basic textbook with a description of the language. Years passed, unfortunately my Amiga died just before my studies, I had to switch to PC, then for many years I forgot about this hardware, then I started collecting them. Although mainly for pleasure, I used to play them from time to time. Today I mainly use AmiKit. Currently I'm a computer graphic designer, composer and sound designer. I love the demoscene and its atmosphere. I even put up something sometimes. Recently I joined MCStudio.