Also Known As
|Tony Hawk's American Wasteland (Collector... (2005)||(Development Team)|
|Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (2007)||(Designed and Developed by)|
|Tony Hawk's Project 8 (2006)||(Development Team)|
|Gun (2005)||(Development Team)|
|Tony Hawk's Proving Ground (2007)||(Additional Art, Design, Programming and Production support provided by NEVERSOFT ENTERTAINMENT)|
|Tony Hawk's Underground 2: Remix (2005)||(Neversoft Support)|
|Tony Hawk's Underground 2 (2004)||(Neversoft Support)|
|Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock (2010)||(Additional Development by)|
|Guitar Hero: Aerosmith (2008)||(Development Team)|
|Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (2007)||(Developed by Neversoft)|
|Gun: Showdown (2006)||(Development Team)|
|Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (2007)||(Designed and Developed by Neversoft)|
2007: Typesetting and pre-press production roles were followed by five years of college and university, graduating with Distinction and a Bachelors of Design in Visual Communications.
He held Art Director then Manager of Marketing positions at DiscoverWare, helping the eLearning company win awards and critical acclaim for interface design, and bringing home Deloitte and Touche's Fast 500 award for being one of the fastest growing high tech firms in North America.
He then started his own small design and marketing agency, worked with some financial, media, and educational institutions, and won an award for music composed for a television campaign. His music has also appeared on a national tribute album. He lectured here and there, and sat on an institute of technology board of advisors.
Moving to Los Angeles to join Neversoft Entertainment as an interface designer, he contributed to a number of titles in the Tony Hawk skateboarding series, and GUN, the western action adventure. He finished the Guitar Hero: Legends of Rock title late in 2007, Guitar Hero: Aerosmith and Guitar Hero World Tour in 2008, as well as Guitar Hero 5 and Band Hero in 2009. Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, 2010, is his last Guitar Hero title.
Look for his winning Guitar Hero: Aerosmith poster as part of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences' "Into the Pixel" touring gallery of video game art.
Last updated: Sep 22, 2010