A while ago, I had the pleasure of staying in the tallest all-hotel skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. I attended the 2016 IDSA International Conference in Detroit, Michigan with Luxion to visit some customers and demo KeyShot for IDSA attendees.Read More
In addition to my portfolio and gallery, I sometimes feel inspired to share the process of learning new software or techniques. Here you'll find a combination of tutorials, news and image/scene breakdowns.
This month, I took action, and on June 13, I committed to creating one 3D model from scratch, and rendering it in the same day. Each day. For an entire week. I'm not completely surprised by the results, but I am pleased with them! Read on to see what I learned.Read More
For me, 2015 brought new experiences and accomplishments and I like to acknowledge wins as well as set new goals each calendar year. After the holidays, I like to reflect upon the previous 365 days and identify what I did well and what I’d like improve upon. Here's what stands out.Read More
Focus, priority and deconstruction are used by high achievers to attain any skill and goal, no matter how big it seems. Here's how you can use this simple three-step process to give yourself a competitive edge and improve as an industrial designer.Read More
I took a weekend to explore and design a set of earbuds as a change of pace from some freelance work. It was an exercise in quick thinking, modeling and rendering to create a modern set of earbuds.
“As a designer, how do you deal with failure?” The student, a Collaborative Design major tapped his foot anxiously as he awaited an answer. A quick glance at the other panel members told me it was my turn to answer the question.Read More
Industrial Designers are one of the key players responsible for how products look, feel and behave. Today's top designers have unique backgrounds and experiences, yet they’re all great. Can we learn from the best out there? What qualities make a great designer? I’ve come up with a list.Read More