Dylan is our DIY and construction go-to. With a passion for sustainable construction, he puts his degree to use in each article he writes. While he’s moved away from the architectural field, he still applies everything he has learnt to his writing.
In 2020, Dylan made the best of the situation and began a long-distance course in journalism. He’s been writing since 2015, and his architectural degree fortified his academic writing skills. Using the journalism course, he widened his writing abilities to different types of publications.
“You can never stop learning. Every new skill you gain always has more than one application. If you’ve mastered one skill, it’s time to learn something new.”
DIY projects have become a hobby for him, trying to turn his home into an eco-paradise. His design and model-building skills have translated into a practical hands-on approach to DIY projects.
You’ll find either hand-drawn or digital sketches when reading Dylan’s articles. He believes that sketches and drawings convey information that accompanies writing perfectly. Using all this, he writes clear step-by-step guides to sustainable DIY projects you can try at home.
Lastly, he wants to share his knowledge with others so they can also build their own eco-home. One way to be more sustainable is to ensure that you live in a home with a low environmental impact. Each DIY project makes a difference, even if you try one project or a retrofit of your whole home.
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