Farrell Segall is dedicated to achieving goals through dreaming, innovating, design and implementation of new and alternative solutions to real-world problems and scenarios.
Interests include - Outdoor recreation, camping and hiking activities - Conservation and protection of earth resources - Educational hands-on technology projects - Youth Leadership - Amateur Radio. Qualified in Electronic Engineering and experienced in process and product engineering in the semiconductor industry.
Zee Kesler left the Ontario College of Art and Design with a B.F.A. and an urge to create an inclusive community-based space outside of a gallery setting. Zee has worked in a variety of capacities as an Artist Intern with the Vancouver Park Board’s Artist In Communities Program, and as a workshop leader and installation artist at festivals and large public events. Her personal practice is exploratory and multi-disciplinary utilizing found objects, soundscapes, collage and site-specific installations to explore ideas of interconnectivity, personal and public space. Check out her website for examples of her work with the community.
Simon Lyons has been driven to take things apart from an early age – sometimes with shocking results! He is a physicist by qualification and inclination, and always has several projects and experiments on the go. Electronics and embedded systems is his passion – in other words, making things that do things! Simon has taught high school physics and math for the past four years but wants to share more of what he feels is important, and enjoyable. The Maker Mobile is his vehicle for that (pun intended)!
We are currently selling DIY kits to fundraise for our vehicle renovation.