My dad and I love to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee together, we've tried lots of different brewing methods, and while I still prefer the french press, my dad loves a Chemex pour-over. This year for his birthday I decided to give his Chemex a little upgrade. The wooden handle was wearing down and showing serious water damage and I wanted to create an intentional space for my dad to keep his Chemex on display. I sanded down the existing wood pieces and finished them with a natural coffee stain and protective bees wax to prevent further water damage and then began designing the stand.

When designing the stand I wanted to use reclaimed materials with minimal waste.

Updated: May 28, 2020

In the wake of COVID 19, I wanted to ensure that my classmates and I were all able to celebrate our graduation and the culmination of our undergraduate experience. In the span of two weeks I collected information, bios, headshots and project work from my classmates.

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As an attempt to learn more about Keyshot, I spent a few minutes creating Solidworks models and building a detailed scene to render a Whiskey glass. The following are the images I produced.