I've always been intrigued by how stuff works. The more intricate the object, the more attention it demands. So it's no surprise that when I experienced my first glitch in Luigi's Mansion as a kid, I wanted to know how that worked too. That's when I decided I wanted to be a game developer.
Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Game Art & Design
2014 - 2017
Fulton County Area Vocational Technical School
Mechanical & Architectural Competencies, Drafting & Design
2010 - 2014