Ryan Robert Mitchell Betts
July 4th, 1982
PLACE OF BIRTH
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
4th Year BSc Interaction Design, SIAT / SFU.
WHAT I LEARNED
- You shouldn't just walk to get tired.
- It's okay to just walk.
- The only thing better than passion is patience.
- There is no perfect solution, but there are provocative questions.
CAREER GOALS & INTERESTS
My long term goal is to get an Interaction Design position in a company attracted to taking on challenging p
roblems and finding sustainable, practical, or innovative solutions to them. Until I find that company, I'm
going to explore the world and pursue my interests in drumming and all things percussive.
- Early morning at the Tempietto.
- Nadir's stories and Alberto's sandwiches.
- Parading through the streets of Florence with the Hungry Marching Band and their Florentine friends.
- Soccer at Camp Tiber.
- “Today, there is a big question of quality, but also of invisible quality. Something more spiritual
and poetic. And that theme, in not a lot of time, will be going in the market. Because there is no offer,
but there is a lot of asking for a lot of things of that invisible quality. Our cities are full of visible
signs of those kind of things. But, there are no elements of big quality — right now, we don't have them.
That's why I think that the 21st century will be very original,
but also very stimulating. Also, because we are trying to make a fusion between the natural energy and
what we are trying to bring. So, that kind of energy that will make a big change, but without shocking
society. I mean, the moon that every night brings up the oceans of the world without making any kind of
sound. That's why I think that the 21st century will be a time where the energy we are talking about
will take the place of the old one, and will also give something new to the quality of man.”
- “Would you a like to rubba my belly?”
- “Dove sono I miei pantoloni?”