I am a transfer student from Litchfield Illinois, who is aiming to receive a degree in video game design. I have adored both playing and studying video games from a very young age, and had a blast playing games with my friends throughout my childhood, while simultaneously trying to figure out how they work.
I went to Litchfield High School and received my diploma with little issue, before deciding to spend two years studying at Lincoln Land Community College, in order to help cut costs long term so that I could afford to attempt Bradley University, which I was not able to afford at the time.
I received my first taste of hands-on experience with game-design through Washington University's ID Tech Camp, which allowed me to spend my high school freshman through junior years in an environment where I could learn the basics of game design using various platforms, while surrounded by others which shared my interests.
Now, at Bradley University, I am once again able to dedicate my time to learning about and creating the games my friends and I adored, and I want to be able to create games which help inspire others, the same way they inspired me, in the future.
Concept art for a potential game I designed, a hacker themed infinite runner which tasked the player with infiltrating a database managed by an short-circuiting artificial intelligence. This image was created in Adobe Illustrator, and shows the main game screen, where the player was able to move between three lanes while avoiding various varieties of firewalls and collecting bits of fragmented data, which acted as their score.
Concept art for a potential game I designed, a hacker themed infinite runner which tasked the player with infiltrating a database managed by an short-circuiting artificial intelligence. This image was created in Adobe Illustrator, and shows some of the art for the game's title screen, which would be animated with glowing lights and a moving crystal in the full game.
This image was made in Adobe Illustrator, and depicts a mockup I created for a website I designed, which was a revision of a site owned by a small business where I live. The company in question sells and repairs computers, and their original site was unfortunately filled with design flaws which I attempted to fix while making the mockup.