David Shorey is a designer from various disciplines. David discovered his affinity for creativity both on paper and in front of his computer. His involvement in the early stages of digital effects led to a career in visual effects featured in various feature films. Then, with a sense of how 3D designs fit into the physical world, David started designing machines to offer solutions to industrial problems. He realized his skill set gave him the tools to fill another need: his own desires to design and create fashion. Never dexterous enough to create clothing in a traditional sense, David now uses his digital repertoire to circumvent his physical limitations, while at the same time, bring about a new paradigm in fashion design.
Tradition evolves as the designer gains new tools. New tools brings about new paradigms and redefines tradition. The advent of 3D printing has allowed people to realize their ideas into the material world. The fusion of 3D printing and fashion demolish design limitations of the past.