I started learning blender in November of 2018.  I used blender for archviz from around 2019 to 2020. In 2020 I started using it for keyboard rendering.


I've been using TinkerCad software for my 3D designs since late 2014.

In February 2018, I was the TinkerStar on the Tinkercad Blog.

In August 2018, I was selected to be on the first ever TinkerCad Advisory Team.  The team consists of 42 members.  40 of the members are educators but 2 of us are students.  I was honored to be one of the student advisers.

After Autodesk 123D was retired in late 2016, I began using Onshape as my main modeling software. I moved away from onshape for a short time but I now use it due to its cloud functionality. 

AutoDesk Fusion 360

After Onshape started limiting the number of private documents, I moved to AutoDesk's Fusion 360 CAD software as my main software for complex modeling tasks.

In August of 2020 I started using KiCad for all of my pcb design work.

AutoDesk Fusion 360

I use Photoshop for all my image manipulation needs. I have used it to make patterns, edit photos, and create Instagram posts.

I use adobe illustrator to fix vector graphics, make flyers, and t shirt designs.

AutoDesk Fusion 360

I use Lightroom to perfect the photos I take. I fix perspective issues and fix the levels in photos.

I use Dreamweaver to make email content.

AutoDesk Fusion 360

I use QMK firmware to run all of my keyboards.

I use VS Code to edit all kinds of files. I also use it to code and run discord.js bots.