Infusing Ai into Las Vegas.
With OpenAI API now live, Las Vegas is undergoing a revolutionary AI integration across various domains. I'm thrilled to be back in the digital realm, exploring new possibilities beyond the limitations of material science.
Crescent Dunes Solar Power Plant.
The contractor was in a huge jam and needed to figure out a precast forming solution for the turbine pedestals. I had them back on the site within a few days of creating a solution.
Set piece from the film Titanic.
I restored the set piece and created this replica for a collector. The replica is in better shape than the original.
The biggest mold I ever made.
This was a concrete form made to create giant water-bottles.
Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas
A place a great inspiration for me.
I specialize in creating technical and creative solutions across multiple industries, spanning a few dozen countries, to help clients achieve their goals.
Revolutionizing the Future with Intelligent Innovation.
What I've been up to lately: I've been privileged to work on cutting-edge AI projects, leveraging machine learning, computer vision, and predictive analytics to create real-world solutions. I'm passionate about solving complex problems, I've immersed myself in the exciting world of artificial intelligence, pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation. See my blog posts below to stay up to date on my progress, as I return to the cutting edge.
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A few past projects from multiple industries below:
Fire-resistant resin made from recycled tires. After years of research, I have developed a product that is both cost-effective and environmentally friendly. The resin can be used in place of traditional, flammable materials, making it an ideal choice for a variety of applications.
I am passionate about providing innovative solutions that reduce waste and eliminate the need for hazardous materials. I remain dedicated to driving positive environmental impact with my innovative fire-resistant resin made from recycled tires.
Realistic Stone Veneer, crafted from 50% recycled tires. Offers self-extinguishing properties, reduced weight, increased durability, and simplified installation.
Using a MAPP gas torch is a little overkill but I wanted to demonstrate how much heat and flame it could take.
The Water Bottle
My first custom precast stone veneer project. I made those stone with my bare hands.
The customer ordered custom designed stone veneer in the tans and browns of red rock canyon.
As the Technical Director and Sound Editor, I played a crucial role in reviving a film in disrepair. However, it was our team's collective effort and tolerance for the process that led to our success. Together, we untangled the challenges and brought the film back to life.
A large form rubber mold created the fireplace hood.
In response to the head nuclear physicist's request, we pushed film scanning technology to its limits, enabling nuclear scientists to use archived film footage of past tests instead of conducting new ones, thus protecting the planet from the damage of nuclear testing. We did it all for free.
As we were working on developing NanoDailies prototypes, LLNL nuclear scientists showed up for assistance with integrating our next gen film scanner tech which solved a major dial-a-yield roadblock.
After we completed the Film Scanner project I took on a show pilot project. I stepped in as the Editor when the previous one got overwhelmed by the footage. We created a buzz with an awesome reel, but things took a tough turn when Whitney Houston, who was married to Bobby Brown and the show's main villain, passed away. It was a lot for Bobby to handle, so we had to stop the show. After that, I decided to move on to new adventures in other industries.