lifelong gamer, hobbyist developer

I have a deep love for video games. It was these "time wasters" that led me to a career in web development. Starting with console hacks in Unreal, on to level editors in The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind, and graduating into full-blown content mods for Dungeon Siege, I eventually realized that I could write code for a living.

Over the years, I've attended game jams and watched impassioned creators share their projects with the world. I can't count the number of documentaries, interviews, and post-mortems I've poured over.

Along the way, I've developed my own Unity prototypes and half-baked JavaScript games. But they somehow manage to stay tucked away on my computer, put down after only weeks or months of focus. I've danced around the development of a personal project for so long that it’s absurd. I guess it’s that absurdity I want to capitalize on here.

I'd like this page, representing approximately 33% of this website, to serve as a reminder that there's no better time to get started than the present.