Since I was very young I got the chance to try out various instruments due to my interest in music. I can say that my toys were my instruments. I have noticed that my passion towards the percussion instruments took the biggest role amongst other instruments. However in the country I grew in it was not easy at all to get drums training especially for a young girl. In my later academic years I took part in the school band playing guitar and singing. When I was studying at the university I opted for guitar as my main instrument. This was also the time when I came across Orff Approach and I left my country to study it further in Salzburg Austria. During this time body percussion caught my attention a lot. I found myself getting involved in body percussion workshops more than the Orff Approach workshops. Later on I bumped into Cajon and I started learning it. When I came back to my country I graduated and I started my career. I became the artist of the Slave Cajons which is a local brand. To be able to stand on my own feet the first thing I did was getting a loan from the bank to afford my first drum set. After the workshops I’ve taken part at the drums journey I had started five years ago evolved into being an educator. I have got more and more encouraged after following the amazing female drummers Aslı Polat and Meytal Cohen and I have carried on my practices. At the moment I am giving drums lessons and I am very satisfied to be doing the job I love. Who said girls can’t hit it?