After a long, arduous process, I successfully finished and presented my thesis project. The days leading up to the show were incredibly stressful, but I'm elated with the results; many visitors were enthralled in the exhibit's contents and engaged in excellent discussions with me. It was far more well-received than I anticipated; it was even recognized as the first runner-up in the eyes of the thesis show participants!
In summary, it's been a wild ride, and I can't wait to give the project a second life online through Behance and my website. I'll need to edit a few photos and video clips first, but I'll post a few finished ones here.
And what will become of this blog? Well, with my classes over, I'll more than likely use it for other updates. Personal work, big announcements, and other glimpses into wherever the winds take me.
When the Voyager probes had successfully documented the gas giants in our solar system, they didn't stop there; NASA sent them beyond the solar system onto other big ventures. In the same way, the next chapter is filled with possibilities, and I'm excited to see where things go.
Thanks for journeying 12 billion million miles with me, and I look forward to many more!