Why I make
Because there is something intrinsically satisfying about making on so many levels. I have been working with my wife for almost 8 years selling our own art and by just sharing our own obsessions with the world. We have shared so much art and wonder with people, and people have shared their own stories right back with us. I make because it is an incredible way to communicate with the world.
What I make
As part of an awesome team I make jewelry, toys and curiosities that are inspired by science, fantasy, and whatever daily obsessions pass through my head.
While everyone in the studio plays a part in the process of creating each piece we produce, my job in the fabrication process is to provide 3d printed parts ranging from animals, astronauts, space capsules and robots, to scenic elements. I use 123D Creature as a vital creative tool to help bring a lot of those ideas to life. I model and then print out the miniatures or parts in PLA, at which point they head to the studio to either be cleaned up for lost PLA casting into silver or brass, or painted to be included in a miniature diorama necklace or sculpture.
We first heard about Cameron when one of his designs (below) reached the front page of Reddit.
Upon further investigation, we discovered Cameron is a 3D printing extraordinaire who includes the Autodesk 123D suite in his tool belt. 3D design and printing are just a few of the many forms of making that come out of his shop - that he runs with his equally impressive wife Rebecca. You can learn more about this dynamic duo about here, and if you're in the New York area you should definitely see what they're up to either in their shop or at any of the open markets they attend.