I was going through all this stuff and thought, am I really in love with film and theater that much? No, I’m not. I like movies and watching plays, but it’s not my life. Looking back on things, I realized I just like making things. They didn’t necessarily need to be movies (that’s what I liked making at 18). It kind of took living on my own for a while to choose something that suited me more, which was engineering. To a lot of people, it seems weird to go from something artistic to something mathematical, but I really like problem solving. I was always very into figuring out how things worked and how to make things. On sets, I liked rigging lighting, which is really all engineering. Even though that wasn’t necessarily mathematical, you had to “MacGyver” things. It accessed that part of brain that had to with problem solving. I also realized I missed math; it was my best subject growing up.