Being a designer can become exceedingly nerve-racking, having to juggle between realising one’s creative visions and the limitations of time. So how does one at CSM cope with the extraneous expectations and internal aspirations? Moe Inzali is perhaps part of the optimistic go-getters within the community. She relates to the tremendous pressure that one confronts with this project, but she keeps her chin up and is in constant search for inspiration all around her. “There were times when I felt I was going nowhere with my project, and at the same time, time was running out. Even so, I had to find a way and make it happen. There’s no other way but to keep going and try looking from different directions.” Also a self-professed perfectionist, Inzali admits that wanting to ensure perfection in her work has contributed additional stress towards her time management. Every creative perhaps sympathises with her in this respect, but what is more heartening about Inzali is her positivity: “If I start turning mistakes into excitement, things might be a lot easier, I mean, mentally! And I am trying!” This playfulness is part of what makes her works captivating, not to mention her sanguine and infectious personality.