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I have been a designer all my life, examining objects and structures by the very small details that make them what they are. I love to create, reinvent, and modify any project that comes into my hands. I love how things work and are put together. I’ve always wanted to create designs that would make the public think in how they live their lives and how to treat the world around them. I want to be a designer that changes the world and helps those who can’t help themselves. I want to make the world a better place to live in and with my craft I can do that.


Miguel A. Zamora Jr.,

I’m 25 years old and I’m from Lufkin, Texas

I’m an interior design major at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas

I’ve always been interested in Design, you could say I’ve been a designer all my life, I love tinkering with things and taking them apart to figure out how they were constructed, why they were articulated the way they are and could they be re-articulated or reinvented? I’ve applied that to my design skills in the form of Interior Design, Architecture and Art. My interpretation of Design is the beautiful fusion of art and science and they by-product is something that is very harmonious and resonant to the human soul.

In my professional career I want to be able to collaborate with the greatest minds of our generation which could be anything from designing sustainable and extravagant high rises, art installations, hospitals to small renovations in residential homes and building homes with habitat for humanity to places where people are dislocated and have nothing that being in the U.S. or around the world in 3rd world countries.

Mainly I want to be able to improves the lives of many through my craft and help the world along with other like-minded individuals for a better place to live on this planet; for the Earth is our only home and we must treat it with respect.

Music: Trio (nofi) by Lee Rosevere (happypuppyrecords.ca)

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