How I found Public Assembly
I stumbled upon a PA Github repository and was intrigued by the “create what’s missing” tagline. I’ve been involved with Web3 since early 2021, but only recently decided to work on it full-time in the last two months (which is a bit scary!). I’m getting early Mirror vibes here, and I’m excited to see how this develops.
Where you’re geographically based out of
Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec.
Background info on your personal, intellectual, professional, and academic interests
I’ve been working in the arts and music festival industry for some time now. Photography and film are my first love, but at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, I decided to pivot more towards learning UX and web design. My big goal is to learn Solidity by the end of this year. I’m also very interested in anything related to public goods and education for emerging technologies.
Why you might be passionate about Public Assembly
I’ve been thinking a lot about the intersection between the public art sector and emerging technologies for the last year or so and I feel like PA is an excellent opportunity for growth. I’d love to bridge the divide between tech tools and underserved communities.
Giving power to back to the people yo
What you hope to contribute here
Honestly, I still have a lot to learn when it comes to coding & web dev. but willing to contribute any creative skills ( editing, design, art direction, etc). Figma stan as well!
What you hope to learn here
Learning with others and building together is what made me stick around web3. Definitely also want to level up my dev skills!
Farcaster: you guessed it… @projectmehari