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About Me



Product Vision, Worldbuilding, Rational Level/Game Design, Mission/Quest Design, AI, Narrative & Storytelling, Design Systems, Prototyping, Vertical Slice, 3D Printing


Personas, Player Journeys/Experience, Playtests, Historical Fiction, Documentation and Wiki

Social & Management

Leadership, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, Communication, Presentation, Employee Training, Roadmap Creation, Sprint Planning, Prioritization, Retrospectives, Jira, OKR


Photoshop, Illustrator, Procreate, SketchUp, Figma, Visual Studio, Blender, 3ds Max, WordPress, Git, Visio, Excel, Miro, Unity3D, Unreal Engine, Proprietary/Custom Game Engines


HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap, Python, C, C++, C#, Proprietary/Custom Game Scripting Languages


Outside of work, these are some things that I enjoy doing in my free time.


A lot of my peers say that I have an ‘adventurous spirit’. I’d say I’m a curious person who likes to explore. From mountaineering, to a multi-day solo motorcycle road trip with no itinerary, to diving, I enjoy doing things that put me out of my comfort zone that I know are within my reach if I set my mind to it.

Endurance Sports

This is a wide encompassing definition as I used to partake in half marathons, Obstacle Course Races, and martial arts. Recently, I completed the Spartan Race Trifecta (5km, 10km, and 21km Obstacle Course Races) in 2019, and practiced Wing Chun before the pandemic. What I enjoy about endurance sports is the need for mental resilience, mastery in the craft, and the physical challenge. Nowadays, I usually do a 10km urban and trail run, sometimes with a weighted vest, bodyweight exercises, and yoga to maintain a well-rounded workout regime. I hope to take part in a marathon and a triathlon when we are able to do so again. 


While the frequency in cooking comes and goes for me, I have been spending more time in the kitchen lately mainly due to a new found interest in gastronomical experimentation and wanting to understand the underlying processes to everyday cooking methods. Many times, the research process leads me down a rabbit hole that involves learning about culture, history, and language, which is a nice bonus.