In 2002, after high school, I went directly into trade school and earned my AutoCAD Certification. Little did I know that I would be in the AEC field for the next 12 years. I regularly spend 8+ hours a day, working on schools and other similar buildings, making large sums of money for other people, whilst barely making ends meat for all of my hard work. This is the reason I've decided to go freelance. Coordinating electrical systems in building has become my strong suite. Although I went into CAD classes with dreams of making video games and 3D models, I have not been able to find the right the right company or the right location. Alas, I have continued to build complex 3D models for BIM coordination. But, no more! I’m hoping that if you've found this website you have an idea, maybe a hand drawn sketch or two, or even some old drawings that you’d like to have converted to a digital format. Do you want a replacement for that plastic clip that you broke on your car? Why not let me design it for you in 3D so you can have another one (or as many as you want) 3D printed. My personal website is far from complete at the moment, but I will be sharing all of my projects there (with my clients permission of course) as they come in and/or are under the development process. Feel free to ask questions in the comment section below or shoot me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be happy to discuss your project with you.