Connecting Dots

Hello everyone!  

My name’s Christopher Wedd. Throughout my life, I have lived with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and a greater understanding of myself and of the world at large.

Me at my house/farm on the oldest tree on our property.  

Me at my house/farm on the oldest tree on our property.

 

Growing up homeschooled had its drawbacks, but it also came with one significant positive, complete freedom of learning. At a young age, I became very interested in science, robotics, and math. I would flood countless sketchpads with mathematics and designs, trying to prepare for my ambitions of becoming an inventor. I also built countless little quirky robots out of parts I scavenged from Walmart Toys. It wasn’t until I was around eleven that I realized my passion. I began veering away from my obsession with STEM and looked towards philosophy, theology, and anthropology. I realized that I wasn’t designed to follow a single field of learning, and I needed to branch out into various fields to truly understand who I am. When I first entered school at thirteen I still couldn’t quench my obsession for learning, and simply did it on my free time. At this point, I was learning game design, 3D modeling, computer engineering, theology, poetry, chemistry, hydraulics, and much much more all while trying to keep up with schoolwork. I had a jumbled net of knowledge dots, all very polarized from each other.

A robot I made and programmed when I was 12. It had a live video feed to a TV and a pivoting mount. All wireless.

A robot I made and programmed when I was 12. It had a live video feed to a TV and a pivoting mount. All wireless.

Flash forward to today and I still have this obsession with learning, but it has changed significantly. I was introduced to the ideas of Camp Now by my sisters Sophie and Mary. At first, I was a bit confused. The whole idea of “Crealitation” was something so strikingly different to what I was used to that I must admit I was a bit deterred. It was when I actually read into some of the concepts of this movement that I was shifted in a deep way. I realized that if I applied the idea of Creating a Reality onto my net of dots I could truly understand not only who I am, but also form the connection I needed between them. I realized that Crealitation could unravel my passion for learning and provide me with a clearer outlook on reality.

I started work around three weeks ago as an IT assistant. Since then my role has evolved into general tech, sales and product management, and website management. Some of my biggest projects are working on restructuring and refining our many websites towards our goal, and publishing and organizing all our music. Currently, I am working on suiting up our mobile office with all the tech it needs to get us crealitating on the go, and I’m simultaneously working as a register manager in our Creality Markets.

Me at our first Creality Market, working the register and simultaneously researching mobile hotspots for the Peace Bus.

Me at our first Creality Market, working the register and simultaneously researching mobile hotspots for the Peace Bus.

The Crew at Camp Now is nothing short of amazing. The insightful G.E. Fox has been an absolute joy to work alongside. It would seem like running a company of this caliber would be near to impossible with the multitude of projects and branches to Camp Now. But all the work runs smoothly through our Crew of talented, creative, and inspirational go-getters to help form the movement of Crealitation.