I had the honor of presenting a lecture about my work and practice to a MLA advanced digital representation studio at the University of Toronto taught by Nadia Amoroso. The lecture focused on the digital process and sub sequential products that I developed in my latter years of undergraduate studies and beginning years of professional practice. The goal was to show how young professionals can leverage their digital skills in both traditional firms and through entrepreneurial ventures. The lecture concluded by introducing the students to the idea of master modeling to produce both digital representations and 1:1 built work through digital fabrication.  A link to the PDF slides can be found here: MLZDESIGN_UofT