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Hi there! In case it isn't obvious, my name is Adela. I grew up as a military brat and originally, I am from the Czech Republic but I haven't lived there for more than 10 years. Including moving within the Czech borders, I've so far moved 8 times and lived in 4 countries. It's better if we don't get into how many countries I've been in. For me, this isn't anything unusual but even in job interviews, I am asked "where does the international end?" I've recently graduated with a BBA from International Business and Management Studies. My passions include photography & marketing, and one of my interests is behavioral psychology.

Thanks for traveling during my childhood, I always had access to a camera and a lot of chances to experiment. My dad could borrow a camera and like a curious child, I could not resist. The camera quickly became filled with images of everything I could find, especially on our family holidays (it got out of hand, at some point they got me one of those disposable cameras with a limit of photos). Photography gave me a unique joy and when I got my first camera, I must have taken thousands and thousands of photos. As I grew up, I upgraded slowly from rented cameras to a compact point-and-shoot camera, my first DSLR (Canon 550D) and now I am at my second DSLR - Canon 80D. For a long time, I put photography on pause to finish my studies, but every now and then, I kept reminding myself why I love it so much. I would get lost in many videos and posts about photography, and the newest gear and techniques and tips. Now, I am trying to figure out how to make the best out of my photography, business, and marketing knowledge.

I am happy to say I have my first full-time job as a Jr. Market Development Representative in Open Social. To learn more about my working experience, you can check out my LinkedIn profile. Send me a message so we can connect!

Feel free to drop any suggestions or to contact me if you have any questions. 😊

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