Since I was young I’ve always demonstrated profound interests in the world around me, asking questions and always wanting to push the boundaries to learn more. Nowadays, little has changed, I continue to pose questions to feed my natural curiosity, and aside from within the school environment, I enjoy taking what I’ve learnt through research and the skills I have discovered to expand even further.
I founded the charity, The Letter Project, back in 2015 and have continued to develop it ever since. Thus, taking what I have learnt in school and independently taking it one step further to create change and continue the learning process.
The Letter Project distribution event at Sibuyao Elementary School, Philippines (more images here)
I also frequently engage in independent learning such as planning trips to museums and university collection viewings, as well as inquiring further into topics that are enjoyable for me such as through attending summer camps and reading large collections of books and magazines in those areas as a pastime and even speaking finding the opportunity to astronaut Luca Parmitano as he was aboard the International Space Station.
Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics and accelerator-based science visit for UBC GEERing up summer camp (left), Selections from personal science and humanities collect (right)
Speaking to Luca Parmitano Italian astronaut aboard the International Space Station via amateur radio video contact