As a kid,
I watched the science channel and made things. Later, these hobbies developed into my passion as a product designer, using careful observation and resourcefulness as tools to create objects that challenge the idea of common designs.
There is an huge amount of mind-blowing knowledge with very few ways for the general population to physically engage and interact with it daily. I develop products that pique interests in mathematics, physics, astronomy, biology, and other fields to generate curiosity and hope to bring awareness to the principles that our lives are based on.
During my time at Otis College of Art and Design, I began see a correlation between design and science. The scientific method and the design process both attempt to clarify the unknown through careful observation, experimentation, and critical thinking. Even with their striking similarities, the design world still tends to gain more attention and understanding from the general public than the scientific community.