I am a technoarchaeologist: an anthropologist specialized in archaeology, technology, and creative design. As a creative designer, I strive to bring educative materials to people of all ages through multimedia applications such as websites, graphics, videos, and other interactive media via technology systems. I have visited archaeological sites in the Americas and Spain (see complete list below if you are interested) and I have conducted fieldwork in New Mexico, Texas, and Belize. All this combined has inspired me to be an archaeologist, but my journey has only just begun as founder, Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director of Origins Scientific Research Society, where I continue my research, interviews and other articles for you to enjoy. My passions lie in archaeological journalism and creative design. My most recent project is my journal Origins – a free magazine about archaeology, ancient history, culture, and science – currently with over 4.4 million readers. Not only is it among the first of its kind, but it is interactive, open access, and free to read and/or download online. You can read the latest and past issues atwww.knowyourorigins.org.