About Dennis Chekaldin
Once up a time he drove throughout the entirety of Morocco from Casablanca to the eclectic Taghazout and discovered that the quality of the asphalt on the roads deep into the oasis's of the Saharan Desert was quantifiably better than that of the Silicon Valley and the highways that lead to the San Francisco Bay Area from the densely populated and technologically advanced areas of Southern California. Before that he had seen more art house movies than the existence of which most people were aware of and that included all works to date of Jim Jarmusch, Richard Linklater and Ulrich Seidl to whom he salutes deep respect and admiration for. Films in his viewed list also included a lot of prized titles of the Sundance film festival since its beginning and a wide array of movies from the Cannes and Kinotavr festivals. As an avid graphic design and architecture researcher he enjoys spending time trotting Tumblr, Behance and visiting art and design exhibitions. One of his passions in the field of graphic design is generative mathematical design applications and fractal geometry. Started snowboarding at the age of 12 and visited a lot of world famous mountains in the Caucasus and the Alps. Snowboarded the olympic slopes of Mt. Roza Khutor at speeds of >100 km/h, drifted the powdered couloirs of Mt. Elbrus and other peaks of the Caucasus mountains. Surfed a rather long list of legendary surf spots in a wide range of countries. Surfed a number of waves in the Black Sea for the first time in history.
British International School.
Moscow State Linguistics University.
British Higher School of Art and Design.