Farewell MAKE Intern Nick Raymond!

Farewell MAKE Intern Nick Raymond!

Today we bid farewell to intern/hacker/friend Nick Raymond. Nick has been an intern at MAKE as long as the sands of time, curating such projects as the Wooden Table, or contributing to projects like the PS/2/You LED Sign or Bill Gurstelle’s Flame Tube. He is headed off to UC Davis to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering. We think he will do great, and we wish him the best.

One of his favorite projects was building the Fool’s Stool that was in Volume 26. To give the wood to look 5000 years old, it was put in a bag full of cow muck that he dug up with his own hands. (Covered in gloves… We hope!)

You can see Nick’s full profile here on Make Projects. Get in touch with him on Facebook — this guy is amazing at getting projects together and we hope that he doesn’t stay too far away from the Make: Labs.

Photo by Gregory Hayes. For who’s who in the photo above, check out our Facebook page. (Nick is the green plaid shirt.)

4 thoughts on “Farewell MAKE Intern Nick Raymond!

  1. Brookelynn Morris says:

    NOOOOOOoooooooooo!!!! I miss him already!

    1. Anonymous says:

      I know! What an amazing addition to our team he was. We get to work with the most amazing people… and our interns ROCK.

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