Michael got his Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from the Philippines, where he also obtained his license as an architect. He eventually migrated to the United States in 1981 and has since worked for various architectural firms using PowerCADD, AutoCAD and a 3D modeling software called DesignWorkshop. In 2001, he relocated to Las Vegas where he worked for prominent architectural firms using AutoCAD and SketchUp.
His Revit experience began in 2006 with Friedmutter Group, an award-winning architectural company specializing in casino and hospitality projects. In 2010, Michael established his own website called Little Details Count (www.littledetailscount.com). His website specializes in highly detailed Revit families created in native Revit geometry. Since then, he has written numerous Revit related articles published at AECbytes, AUGIWorld, clubrevit.com, revitforum.org, CADdigest and revitcommunity.com.
Currently, Michael works as a Revit BIM Modeler for YWS Design & Architecture, a Las Vegas-based architectural company. When not in front of the computer, Michael plays the alto and soprano saxophones as a hobby.