When choosing a new direction to follow, in my life and in my career, I've always landed on the path where the work felt like fun. My passion for crafting and analyzing stories lead me to pursue a degree in English Literature.
After college, my love of games and my desire to understand those experiences brought me into the world of game development for 8 years. In that time, I continued to follow new challenges and interests, which lead to experience programming in a variety of languages, writing pitches and technical documents, designing user interfaces, and improving the overall user experience of our shipped products.
Now as an instructor in the Software & Game Development degree at Neumont College of Computer Science, my work as game developer is once again driven by my passion. Both to keep myself current, but also because I love to make games. Collected here are a mix of projects I've created for game jams, other game dev events, and for my own edification. I hope you enjoy them!