Hi! I'm Gerry, and I'm a Designer, Maker, and Engineer. My whole life, I have been curious about how things are made and how we use objects and technology to interact with our world and each other. Raised by an Artist and an Engineer, I grew up feeding my creativity by building things and taking things apart, turning ideas into real working objects and I just can’t get enough! I have a passion for learning and I’m always working on projects and hobbies in my free time. I graduated from Villanova University in 2012 with a degree in Electrical Engineering and have been working full time as both a Systems Engineer and Electronics Engineer in the aerospace industry. In 2013, I discovered the field of Industrial Design to be a perfect match for my interests and skills, a combination of creativity, inventing, hands on prototyping, and technical understanding. While intensely self-studying and refining the skills I would need to work towards a career in Industrial Design, I started GMAY3 Design, an Industrial Design consulting company that I actively run in my free time. Since starting GMAY3 Design, I’ve gained a ton of valuable Industrial Design work experience designing for clients such as GCW-Zero, Hooke Audio, and Microsoft. After five years of working as an engineer and learning industrial design on my own, in 2017 I was thrilled to be accepted into the Master of Design in Industrial Design program at University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). I'm currently a first year industrial design graduate student with an anticipated graduation date of May 2019. To follow my day to day design adventures, say hello over at Instagram @GMAY3design. It would be great to hear from you!
Core77 Teach Me Something Video Contest Honorable Mention Lockheed Martin Electronics Engineering Employee of the Month Oct. 2016 Lockheed Martin Outstanding Technical Achievement Award Team Award IEEE Humanitarian Technology Challenge in Reliable Electrical Power for Developing Countries 1st Place Team Award Villanova Senior Project 1st Place Team Award