Greg Milano studied art history and architecture. He has a law degree and works in real estate. But your most important resume line?
He is a master of mashed potatoes.
Thanksgiving, Milano, 30, used his potatoes to carve a perfect miniature Tesla Cybertruck.
The holiday tradition began 20 years ago, when Milano made mashed potato volcanoes.
"I'm just a big kid," Milano told CNN. "Pablo Picasso summed it up well: & # 39; Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist after growing up."
Since then he has created a pilgrim hat, football, snowman and more.
For inspiration, Milano draws news ideas.
"I made a hostess and Twinkie cupcake because they were in bankruptcy," said the mashterpiece artist. "White House because it was an election year," Back to the Future "DeLorean because it was when Marty went to the future and BB8 when" Star Wars "came out."
This year, Milano chose to build a Tesla cyber truck after it became the tech talk topic at his family's Thanksgiving table.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the long-awaited electric pickup truck last week.
"The hardest part was definitely the geometric lines of the design, maintaining the right proportions, achieving the illusion that it is sitting on four wheels and creating the thin walls of the truck body with the tailgate down," Milano said.
After hours of carving windows, tires, and the trunk, Milano warmed up his masterpiece, dipped it in sauce, and chewed it.