Jejudo, South Korea
Well, not exactly. Let's take a look at you first statement again:
I am a product of my environment
--Well, okay. But you seem to be arguing is that everything you see and don't see, perceive and don't perceive is the environment. You could go so far as to include DNA (thereby circumventing the Nature/nurture debate) and, if you wanted to, even spirituality (the soul). If this is the case, then I have no problems with this statement. However, it also doesn't say anything. If a statement explains everything, it explains nothing. Try it sometime and you'll realize what I mean. Or, I don't know, maybe you do already.
My environmment is a product of my interpretation
--If my above definition for 'environment' is correct, then this, by definition, is a false statement. Your environment has to be things that you cannot interpret, cannot perceive. You cannot look behind you and forward at the same time. Well, I can't anyway. There are unseen factors working in your environment that makes you what you are (a dynamic individual -- self-aware -- you partially perceive yourself as separate from the environment around you). You said that no person can get outside their environment. I agree (see above definition) but that was exactly my point. You cannot see, interpret, or perceive everything. You are bound my limited perception unless you are God.
Therefore, I am a product of my own interpretion.
Well, I've already pointed out the flaw but I wonder if you're not essentializing 'I' here. 'I' is not always, cannot be, only your conscious thoughts for those conscious thoughts are dependent on something else. You would say they are dependent on the environment, I guess, and therein lies the problem here. Even if conceivably you could know all possible factors in your environment, you still could not know how you know that. This is called various things but this idea of everything, this sense of immediacy would dissolve your ability to differentiate the very 'I' your talking about.
I am what i perceive.
But how do you perceive this? You can believe this, I guess, but it rests on the same shaky ground as objectivity does. Why do you want to limit yourself anyway?