Digital Fabrication & Design

With an emphasis on technology and design, Digital Fabrication & Design prepares you for employment or further education in the emerging fields of modern fabrication and advanced manufacturing.

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Kailey Allan

Instructor, Program Contact
Kailey was born and raised in Victoria, BC. She lived in San Francisco, Belfast, Kathmandu, and Vancouver before moving to Rossland in 2020.

After obtaining a B.Eng in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Victoria (UVIC), she followed her lust for adventure and began traveling and working around the world. Her specialty in product design and manufacturing led to incredible opportunities abroad including furniture design in Northern Ireland, bicycles for underprivileged communities in Nepal, and many more.

Kailey began her own consulting practice, Petricore Designs, in 2018 where she leveraged local makerspaces to deliver design projects using digital fabrication. Her professional work is the product of curiosity and rigorous problem solving, allowing industrial design and engineering to exist more holistically.

Cory Drew

Instructor

Cory Drew

Instructor

Daryl Jolly

School Chair

Daryl Jolly

School Chair

Jason Taylor

Instructor

After graduating from Vancouver Film School’s Computer Animation program in 1991, Jason worked in Vancouver, BC as a computer modeler and animator for TV and commercial advertising. He started with Selkirk College in August of 1998 and was hired to develop the Digital Arts program located at the Selkirk College campus in Trail. In 2002 the Digital Arts program moved to Nelson as part of the School of the Arts and Jason assumed the role of Chair.

When not at Selkirk College playing, Jason can be found on the golf course, ski hill, or in his workshop making something cool.

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