If you produce and create, instead of only consuming, you are indeed a Maker, whether you knew it or not!
In the flagship San Francisco Bay Area Maker Faire, which attracts more than 100,000 people, the categories of Makers seems to grow exponentially every year. This year the Faire was so big that my family could not see everything in two days: besides the ubiquitous electronics creations, there were crafters, gardeners, food producers, fashion designers, sculptors, artisan cosmetic creators, jewelry makers, bike and other mechanical device artists… Really, there were more kinds of Makers than can be listed here.
Are you a Maker? Probably! This article explains why you should care about the Maker Movement: “What is the Maker Movement and Why should you Care?”