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It all started with this photo shoot.

I met Adi while working as a graphic designer in a Berlin startup. She’s a natural beautiful redhead, talented artist, illustrator and graphic designer. Owner of an adorable ginger cat named Scotch, who doesn’t like me yet, but I’m working on it.

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