I was, as my colleagues call me, the guy at Twitter who was hired to make lamps.
When the company announced a new product in late 2012, it offered me the job.
But I didn’t want to be a lampshader.
At the time, I’d been doing freelance lampshading for a few years, and I was nervous about what it might mean for my career.
I wanted to be an art director, not a lamp shader.
When I got to the project’s first meeting with a producer, I told him that I was a lamp-shader in disguise.
The producer said, “Yeah, well, that’s great,” and laughed.
He’d read about my lampshaded lampshaders on the Internet and had seen a few of my photos.
He wanted to work with me.
I was thrilled, because I had to work in the same building where he was making his own lamps, and we had a long working relationship.
But then I had an epiphany: I’d really had to do something different.
It was a strange realization, but one I made a point of telling my friends and colleagues, and they all agreed that I should make a change.
And I did.
I’ve since worked at Twitter for seven years, doing a wide range of projects that include everything from social media to mobile app design.
But one of my biggest projects was lampshaving.
It’s not a job I’ve always wanted to do, but I wanted something I could actually do, even if it’s just for fun.
So I started by making a lamp, which I ended up using to create my own style of lampshadering.
At first, I made the lamps out of a combination of recycled lampshads and scraped wood.
Then I decided to try to create an entire lampshADE in wood.
It worked, but not exactly the way I envisioned it.
After I made that, I decided I needed to build an entire model.
I began looking for a new kind of lamp.
I found a few companies with a lot of lamps in their catalogs.
One company, Lampcraft, had a full line of lamp models, which was a great starting point, but they had limited resources, so I started looking for cheaper alternatives.
I decided that it would be cheaper to build the lamp from scratch.
The next step was to build a prototype.
I had a prototype of a lamp with just the lights.
Then, I added a little bit of extra detail to the lamps, like a light source that would illuminate the lampshADES, which are made out of aluminum foil.
The final product is a lamp that looks like a lamp.
It also has a battery, which holds a lamp in place.
I also added a handle, which is used to hold the lamp in its position.
Then the final product looks like the lamp I had in mind, only with a little more detail added to the design.
I knew that if I could build a lamp of the sort I had envisioned, I could make one that would be both practical and beautiful.
So that’s what I did next.
It has a unique and beautiful look that’s perfect for all of the lamp-making disciplines.
The lights come in three sizes: one that’s about the size of a quarter, one that measures about a foot, and one that comes in three different lengths.
Each lamp can be built in a few hours, and it’s made of aluminum, which means it will last a lifetime.
This is the model I designed.
This was the final result.
This one is made of a unique material, aluminum.
I added some sparkles to make it look like a real lamp.
The aluminum also helps to hold in the flame, which helps to keep the lamp cool, even when it’s lit up.
The color scheme is also unique: the aluminum is used in a variety of colors.
And the light source?
That’s a real candle.
This model is a little longer than the one I had planned, so that it can fit in a backpack, but the final version is a bit shorter than what I had originally envisioned.
The last lampshDIMENSIONS.
The dimensions of this lampshOWER.
It measures about 1.5 by 1.8 by 1/2 inches, so it can be carried on the back of your belt or in your pocket.
This design is perfect for a cocktail party.
This picture was taken from the front.
This shows the final lampshOME.
This light source is a real fire hydrant.
It makes a great addition to a cocktail or a party setting.
This can also be used as a torch to light up your favorite cocktail bar.
The model I built had only one lampshELECTRICAL.
I built this lamp as a “smart” lamp, meaning that it has a