Originally a school teacher, the Ethnologist quickly learned to manage communities of small, talkative, affectionate beings. Her search for serenity, wide open spaces and the belief that she had concluded her study of the unusual communication patterns of "Infantilis erectus" led her to explore new horizons. The Ethnologist decided to devote herself to the study of a larger group: the human race. She ended up traveling the globe in search of different cultures and communities to capture their stories and highlight their exceptional qualities. (source )