Many young people have gone into various self-employment ventures pursing all kinds of careers.
Those who have the talent have also gone into creative arts including painting and making of artworks.
One of such young people is Bright Yaw Hodzor, CEO of Kaprisky Creations Ghana Limited based in Madina, a suburb of Accra.
Bright Hodzor is a 35-year-old senior high school graduate from Kinbu Senior High School in Accra.
In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, Bright revealed that while in school, he realized that he had a knack for painting and developing his own art works.
Accordingly, he developed the interest in putting his creative ideas on paper and with that he started drawing or painting images from his own creative mind at age 23.
This idea and new found passion gave birth to Kaprisky Creations Ghana Limited, which he started operating twelve (12) years ago.
Along the line, he also mastered the art of exterior and interior painting and decoration.
This, he has done, for many institutions and a tall list of celebrities whose names he prefers to keep from the public.
“I do painting for individuals, corporate institutions, schools, churches and many others,” Bright said in the interview.
He mentioned some of the institutions he has done some painting work for.
The institutions include Action Chapel International, Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Madina, Top Kid International School at East Legon, Akosombo International School, Quality Insurance Company headquarters , Trassaco and Manet Estate, just to mention a few.
Mr. Hodzor disclosed that he was currently undertaking a painting job at the Accra Polo Court near the Kotoko International Airport.
Bright Hodzor is also making sure that society benefits directly from his talent and business.
Thus, he has trained others free-of-charge and presently, they are also doing wonderful painting jobs on their own to earn a living.
The Kaprisky Creations Ghana Limited CEO hails from Leklebi Duga in the Volta Region.
His parents are Mr. Clement Kwesi Hodzor who works at the National Lotteries Authority and Madam Vera Akple Abaya, a trader.
Bright Hodzor also disclosed that he would be going back to school soon to pursue a course in Information Communication Technology (ICT) to add to his painting job.
“I will do a mature course next year to learn about painting, editing and ICT,” the Kaprisky CEO said.
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