About me...

My name is St├ęphane Muller and this is the story of my journey as a maker at FabLab Sorbonne University in Paris, France, during the Fab Academy.

The road to the Fab Academy has been a long one. My first degree and professional experience is in telecommunications, computers and networks. This was my first contact with electronics and computer programming. I have to say I didn't really enjoy electronics at the time and mainly focused on computers. I then went on to spend a gap year in England studying design, woodwork and literature. From there I did a master's degree in technical translation and became a translator. I translated technical documentation for 3 years, but eventually decided it wasn't for me and started a new master's degree, in multimedia instructional design this time.

I have been a digital learning manager in various companies for 7 years and it is now time to move on again. My goal is to work in a fablab as a fabmanager and maybe one day start my own fablab. Making things, finding clever solutions or workarounds, repurposing things and sharing this passion with others, is what I want to do.

The expert enough manifesto perfectly sums up the way I try to tackle the Fab Academy and learning in general. I strive to be a Jack of all trades. And remember, the whole saying goes: Jack of all trades, master of none, still better than master of one.

Fab Academy Projects

Other Projects

Some side projects I've been working on... Documentation and pictures are on the way.

The lamp

A wooden lamp that turns on when light gets dim