Engineer, Film Maker and Web Designer. A Multipotentialite.
About Me :
I am interested in many areas and i strive to learn as much as i can about each of them, and so should you if you think you are a multipotentialite too. If not, that is fine too! We need all kinds of people :)
Here is what i have done so far in life:
>> Born in the 90's. Grew up in a middle class family, in the tropical paradise, called Kerala. Google it.
>> Was put into the regular school system, just like most kids. We did not know any other route, and neither did our parents.
>> Went to University. Studied Civil Engineering, and then took my Masters in Computer Applications and another masters in Structural Engineering and Construction Management.
>> Worked at a big construction company in India, as a Structural Engineer. I liked the work, but i wanted to do a lot more. I am a high-energy person. I worked for about 8 hours a day, and was bored for the rest of the day because i did not have much else to do. Therefore, I started learning about whatever i was interested in.
>> Interests include : Software, Programming and Web Development, Business, Marketing, Graphic Design. Cinema, Video and Audio Production, VFX, 3D Modelling and Animation, Advertising, Music and Fine arts.
>> So, with all these interests, i could not confine myself to just a day job. I went and worked in the Kerala Film Industry. Started out as a set assistant, worked later as a Focus Puller, Assistant Cameraman, Worked in post production as a VFX artist, and then became an assistant director and right when i was about to plan my first directorial project, my family immigrated to Canada, and later, I came along.
>> Restarting everything here in the west. What i've learned; Time is the most valuable asset. When you indulge in any activity, ask yourself this; " Could i be doing something better?"
Over the course of the next 5 years, i intend to create atleast 30 courses, spanning every area that i have studied and worked in.
Take a look at what i have created, enroll and leave a feedback :) Thanks for reading :)