I shouldn’t be on this stage right now
listen to me speak about my journey from growing up in an immigrant household in the UK along the poverty line, and as a family and individual, working up through the world and into Industrial Design, and how today I work with various groups and entities around the world to use design to make the world a slightly better place every day.
Paul Sohi is a technology evangelist, product designer, and lead of the iconic projects program at Autodesk. Paul has a formal education as an architect, but moved very rapidly into product design after graduating. For a few years, Paul ran his own design practice out of London, focusing on additive manufacturing technologies, but found working with musicians, movie makers, and hardware innovators more fulfilling. Since joining Autodesk, Paul has run and managed a variety of high profile projects for Autodesk, from creating the world’s first 3D printed performance prosthetic for Silver medal Paralympian, Denise Schindler; to giant robots, to currently working on a series of projects in the sports and wellness industries with Astronauts