When Mazuir Ross was a child, she'd never heard of 3D printing, as it was barely beginning to exist, but it turned out to lead her to the job she loves. It was a winding path, but Ross, who runs the 3D design and printing service bureau Maz and Attero with her partner, Attero, is now living the creative person's dream - making and teaching as a career. In addition to designing and 3D printing for clients, Ross also builds her own 3D printers and creates her own art - which has included some unusual projects such as a life-sized 3D printed cow. One of her most recent projects was the Portland Art Museum's Rodin Remix project. We were lucky to have the opportunity to talk with Ross for the latest installment of our Spotlight on Women series. Read the full interview at 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/177801/spotlight-on-mazuir-ross/