I've spent many years learning about myself and the world. I've
helped others along their paths, and continue to do so.
Having gone back to school for engineering, I opted for a practical
route over theoretical. This has led to getting a degree in
technical sciences with a focus on welding, and a job making
bicycles in Detroit. Give me a year or so to get the feel of
working in the manufacturing industry, and then I'll most likely be
rolling into my next college adventure!
I finish work around 4 p.m. each day, so weekdays are actually not
terrible for me to meet. I start work at 7 a.m., however, so
staying out past ten or so can be problematic.
After spending so many years as a teacher, it seems a shame to just
put those skills on a shelf. So, I'm teaching welding
, and performance at the i3
as well as at various
such as Penguicon and ConFusion.
I go out of my way every day to make every person I interact with
happier and healthier for knowing me. Ask me about learning to
juggle sometime, I promise you can learn at least the basics in a