About This Site:
This is my portfolio site and computer graphics/web design portal. On this site you can view my ever-growing collection of 2d-3d artwork and other design collections.
I first started off with computers when I was in my late teens – that was back in the days of DOS. From those early days, till now, I’ve always had a keen interest in computers – and I just don’t see that changing anytime soon.
I actually used to be interested in the world of banking and I worked in a credit union for two years as an Accounts Clerk – but even back then, I knew that the world of computers was where I needed to be.
My first teaching job was in an organization called YTEPP. I spent five years there teaching Computer Literacy and Microsoft Office applications. I worked in other places also, but this was my first “teaching” job. I later joined the School of Business and Computer Science in 2003 and that’s when my second era of teaching began.
Besides teaching Computer Literacy & Microsoft Office applications, I also began teaching Computer Graphics & Web Design programs – and I still do this today. The school also offers Diplomas and Degrees in Graphic Design. I was one of the first lecturers to teach in these courses. I taught the very first class (Introduction to Computer Graphics) in January 2010.
I am one of the few 3D Graphics lecturers in my country – and I’m also one of the few lecturers that has ever taught 3D Graphics (3DS Max) in my school – so I guess that places me in a rather unique position. 3D Graphics is not a big career topic in my country (unlike the U.S) but I want to do my part to help pioneer this change.
Over the years I’ve used a number of 3D programs: Maya, 3DS Max, Lightwave, Poser, Terragen, Blender, Bryce, and Vue. I’m currently using Cinema 4D for many of my recent projects.
Sometimes I would build websites for clients, upon request, but teaching and working on graphic design projects are my main focus.
Well as you can see, with all the stuff that I do, it keeps me rather busy – but I always have time for questions. So if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to let me know via the “Contact” page.
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