Quick Glance Resume
Education & Training
Master's Degree in Video Game Design & Development
Full Sail University
February 2002 - March 2006
While working two full time jobs, and having my own freelance career to nurture, I also took on a full course curriculum at Full Sail University for Video Game Design & Development. After completing my degree, I immediately went into the work force. My freelance projects increased in volume as well and as a result, broadened my focus to include other aspects of multimedia. Additionally, I acquired many professional contacts in the gaming industry which paved the way for new partnerships and opportunities.
Continued Training & Education
Via Reworld & Online Resources
10 Years +
2006 - Present Day
The amount of online training and education programs available these days is astounding. For the past eight years, I have consistently used resources, such as Envato, GSG, VCP, Adobe, Lynda, Treehouse, W3Schools, DigitalTutors, CreativeCow, and the like, to steadily flow with the evolution of technology and trends in related fields. As a Multimedia Specialist, I feel keeping up with modern standards is crucial to success. I have developed a niche for juggling the education aspect with work obligations.
Video Game Designer & Developer
Sony, Rockstar, Insomniac, Naughty Dog, Aeria, Gamigo, Chang You
10 Years +
2006 - Present Day
My first association with the gaming industry was at the early age of 12 by Sony Entertainment (Playstation), as I started as an outsourced intern consultant for an experimental project simply titled "GAP". After I completed college, I began receiving offers for inhouse development,external development and design work via various gaming companies across the nation, and eventually the world. I have now worked on almost 35 different gaming titles in one way or another, and look forward to the many more ahead.
Multimedia Designer/ Developer
Agroflux Multimedia, CTS Studios, Art Appeal, The Lab NYC, Beau Rivage, Marty Wilson Design Group
2007 - Present Day
For a period of roughly ten years, I provided my services and skills to a few small-scaled design studios. My specific job duties for each project we worked together on varied. In some projects I directed, and others I spent chunks of time designing assets, developing functionality, or piecing together multiple ideas to be cohesive and effective content.
Freelance Multimedia Specialist
Beau Rivage, Republic NOLA, Champion CDJR, and Many More
17 Years +
2001 - Present Day
Through education, training, experience, and an unquenched curiosity to learn and create, I have developed a broad list of skills useful in the multimedia industry. With hard work and dedication I have fine tuned that skill-set to be fluid and dynamic. My freelance career has brought me so many opportunities, not only for my career, but also personal dreams. I have been able to travel, experience remarkable events, and even fly the Jackson County Sheriff Department's helicopter for fun, I am so very grateful for the amazing clients I have.