From Engineering to Industrial Design, I have seen both the technical and creative side of that goes into producing a product. And while I loved the complexity of mathematics and the possibilities of coding, I found my real passion when I was introduced to three dimensional computer aided design. There is nothing quite like having a small spark of an idea that with a little hard work turns into a physical concept you can touch.
I was worried I wasn’t creative enough to be an artist or good enough at sketching to be a designer. What I’ve learned is that being creative doesn’t always come naturally. Sometimes you have to sit yourself down and come up with a plan. Design also has a process, a method to follow. With the right tools anyone can be creative. For me that is digital art and CAD. I am excited to further my journey, to help design products of my own and teach others what I have learned.