Building and making.
Allowing people to hold thier imagination in the palm of thier hand.
New maker video log and project videos Gil has created his own YouTube channel to help share the maker experience with everyone. Starting next week, Gil will be video blogging his trip to the US, meeting makers and exploring the maker community in the United States....read more
Gil recently was inspired to learn a new skill. After watching people using a bandsaw Gil wanted to see if he could replicate the results they were getting. While Gil had no doubt that what I was watching came from years of honing personal skills, he still wanted to...read more
I get asked all the time why a large number of my personal projects seem to be based around futuristic technology found in film and television. It is no surprise that I have had a lifetime love affair with cinema, especially films in the science fiction genre. There...read more
Contours - Charting the fringes of independent games in Melbourne and Australia. October 10 - November 11, 2016 Gallery exhibition Level 1, Library at The Dock One of the bigger projects I have been working on for Melbourne Library Service and Library at The Dock has...read more
Mini Make Day 3 - Wearable Art Show - Library at The Dock Library at the Dock was host to the third Mini Make Day on the last weekend in August. As part of Melbourne fashion week, the theme for this Mini Make Day was Wearable Art and concentrated on wearable...read more
On 30th and 31st of May this year, Brisbane was host to Edutech 2016, the largest education technology conference held in the Southern Hemisphere, looking at technology and education. Part of the conference was the Future Library Congress looking at the idea of...read more
Gil’s energy is just amazing. He is enthusiastic, willing to meet, learn, get to know processes and fully immerse himself. Thank you Gil!Jimmy DiResta
The presenter Gil, was excellent. He explained ideas in simple terms that were easy to understand. It was enjoyable and I look forward to learning more. Thank you for providing this session – very valuable.Tim Ready
Holy smoke! I always knew you were a Stark.James Wan
Gil was professional in terms of presentation style, working with the participants and his knowledge of the topic was elite. He wasn’t just talking about stuff, he was sharing first hand experience. It was the level and experience of someone who is being paid professionally to present to a conference.Geoff McDonald
University of California, Los Angeles
City of Monash