Hello and welcome.
I am a graduate of Tyler School of Art via Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
My concentration there was Jewelry / Metals / Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing.
While learning from experienced professionals, I was able to hone my skills building small, wearable or table-top objects. With the aid of Rhinoceros and other related CAD/CAM software, I can translate two-dimensional paper sketches into tangible forms that can be printed. Additionally, my knowledge in rendering 3D forms allows me to present a realistic, full-color representation of the desired outcome of this object.
My experience includes interior design and custom furniture design where I further advanced my concentration and knowledge of 3D modeling and rendering. Using the company's proprietary design software, I replicated paper floor plans taken on-site into digital representations of my clients' interior spaces. In combination with Adobe Photoshop I was able to provide accurate visual interpretations to aid in client decision-making.
Aside from my work in sculptural art, my interests include architecture, floor plans, interior design, sketching / illustration, linguistics / etymology, photography, product design, engineering.