Earlier this year, I had a fun time filming and documenting artist and dancer, Ladie One, as she painting a mural in North Hollywood for her NoHo Art Walls project. A collaboration between my brands LA STREET ART GALLERY and STRIFE TV, I was able to capture a dancer and artist at work. Ladie is not only an incredible bgirl (breakdancer) but also a skilled artist that has meshed her graffiti background with her new found appreciation for street art. She is also a contestant on the Oxygen Network reality TV show, STREET ART THROWDOWN, which is now airing. It's great to see artists live their passions unfettered by obstacles or constraints that some self-employed people face. Much respect for her art as well as her dancing - she's quite the beast in the cypher.
On February 13, 2015 I was taught the Animation Department at Art Institute Hollywood about the animation business and 3D printing. I had an incredible time showing the students the UP Mini 3D printer as I printed model during my lecture. The topics ranged from 3D Printing in the Animation industry to converting 2D designs into tangible objects. The students and instructors were quite impressed and the class went 1 hour over as students watched the 3D printer do it's work while asking my Eezitec team questions about the technology. I'm always fond of sharing my knowledge with people and as I grow as an entrepreneur in the 3D Printing space, I aim to spread what I've learned to anyone interested.