I live in Berlin.
I work in Berlin.
I originally come from Finland, but have been living in Berlin for 14 years. I landed here for a traineeship, but stayed because of love to Berlin - but also to a native Berliner. Now we are already four and living the exciting everyday life of two boys with tons of toy cars. I’m not a history freak, but Berlin’s past has so many layers, I got interested. The first-hand family stories of Eastern Berlin come alive by visiting the sites. If you want to see and hear more - then let’s go together! In Finland, I studied cultural anthropology and have an enthusiasm for languages and other cultures. That makes Berlin a place with lots of options for me: eating in a restaurant without a fork and a knife, visiting the Turkish market or maybe a museum. And when I feel that Finland is too far away, I buy a bag of salty licorice and dive in to Berlin’s Scandinavian atmosphere. Finnish is my native language, but no worries, fortunately I speak also German and English fluently.