The handbooks for the students who started at the ETC during the fall of 2017 semester.
If Steve hadn't discovered computers at the age of seven, he'd probably still be building transformers out of Lego. Pursuing his love of both technology and creative process, he decided to study architecture, and received a Bachelors of Science degree in Architectural Design from the University of Virginia in 1999. Upon graduation, Steve spent a one-year residency with Randy Pausch's Stage3 research group as a digital artist. This landed him a job as an artist and python programmer for Walt Disney Imagineering's DisneyQuest, where he helped design and prototype virtual and augmented reality attractions. Steve still hasn't given up his dream of one day being a Y2K engineer.