Tam Makers is a community of makers, teachers and students in Marin County.
Geo has been making and tinkering with things all his life.
He teaches woodworking, architectural design, engineering design, and mathematics to teenagers at Tamalpais High School. He also runs an adult woodworking program at the Tam High through TUHSD Community Education.
He is transforming the school’s wonderful woodshop into a maker space, to share his love of making with teenagers and adults.
Fabrice is a multimedia innovator who creates unique experiences to inform and engage communities through digital and physical media.
He has led the development of many pioneering products in education, news and entertainment, working with innovators such as Apple, Macromedia and Wikipedia. He is a founder and a lead designer at Pataphysical Studios, an art collective where he created many maker art pieces and ‘wonderboxes’, some of them built in our makerspace.
Here are some of our teachers at Tam Makers.
Chelsea is an active member and associate teacher at Tam Makers. Originally from New York, Chelsea learned to love laser cutting at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University. She currently works full time in downtown Mill Valley at RHAA Landscape Architects as a landscape designer. Outside of the office she can be found pouring concrete, making miniatures, woodworking, gardening, and of course, laser cutting.
Chelsea teaches laser cutting at Tam Makers and has made many contributions to our makerspace since she joined us. Learn more about Chelsea on ChelseaMakes.com.
Donald has taught at California College of the Arts since 1976 in interdisciplinary, craft, film, video, performance and interaction design programs. Since 2011, he has coached the ‘Pataphysical Studios’ art collective on how to integrate Arduino, electronics and other interactive technologies in their artworks. He teaches Arduino and electronics at Tam Makers.
Howard is an independent thinker, online instigator, novice educator, expert learner, offline gardener and artist. He has written a dozen books on the future of technology, taught at Stanford and U.C. Berkeley, and was editor at Wired, Whole Earth Review and for the Millennium Whole Earth Catalog. He is a founder and a lead designer at Pataphysical Studios, an art collective where he created many maker art pieces, some of them built at Tam Makers. Learn more about Howard at rheingold.com.
Active members are listed above in the order in which they joined Tam Makers. More will be added in coming weeks.
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