I don't think many people leave school to study Architecture at University, complete the degree and post-graduate courses but become distracted by a totally different discipline and suspend a career as an architect.
I built and published my first web site on the university Internet server in 1993, pre-dating even Compuserve's introduction of home user dialup, as part of a development project at university and convinced that this was the future. One day everyone would communicate thier ideas to the mass audience this way. Sadly I didn't keep a copy of the site. For the record, it was on the subject of the redevelopment of the Shepherd's Bush Green area of London and concentrated on the history of the White City site and why it was named White City as part of the Exhibition of 1906.
I was building web sites before most people even knew what the Internet was! I'm not joking, unless you were using the UUNET and Gopher systems in the late 80s and early 90s it's true. What you see around you is the result of everything that I have done since.