What Is clevermoore?

Clevermoore Projekt is a Graphic Illustration and Mechanical Design team. Our goal is to go from a small-time office setting to a full makerspace and digital art studio to provide a creative environment for all types to work at!  Our goal at Clevermoore is to create a collective makerspace, but not just in the traditional sense. It'll be a combination of a creative and technical workspace, where both artists and engineers can access equipment to make whatever they'd like! Whether it's a digital painting or an assembly of machined metal, the limit would only be the creative capacity of the people!

 
 
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Elizabeth "Em" Moore

The Clever Girl

I'm an artist! I'm a whole lotta other things too, but we'll just stick with artist for now.

I got my associate degree in arts, followed by a brief five month service in the Navy.  After learning that a diving accident had caused me to go deaf in my left ear, I made the choice to pursue my passion and acquire a certificate in web/graphic design from UCSD.

Illustrating fun characters, along with monsters from folklore (or my own imagination) keeps me pretty busy most of the time! Aside from that, I enjoy trying to torment my cats, writing short stories, and hiking through forests. Unfortunately, I have a pestiferous and prolific pun problem, exacerbated by alliteration.

I might like tea. A little. It's NOT a problem. You hear me?!

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David "DM" Moore

I'm an engineer! I like designing and building things to help make the world a brighter place.

I graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering, but my work experience has all been as a Mechanical Engineer. So I guess I'm a bit of both! And YES, before you say it - I DO get plenty of "it's not rocket science" jokes.

During my education, I grew rather fond of CAD (Computer Aided Drafting/Design) software, and that's my primary work function at Clevermoore Projekt! I found it not only useful, but fun, and saw it as a kind of "adult Legos," but with a much more satisfying end product.

I enjoy explaining engineering concepts and phenomena to people, and have dreams of eventually being an educator for the sciences. After all, what's the use of learning all these principles and equations if they're just stuck sitting in my head? In the meantime, I'm just happy to design things that make people's lives easier.

In my spare time, I love hiking with my wife, snowboarding, amateur astronomy, tweaking Linux distros, and video games. Oh, and craft beers.