|Portal 2 (2011)||(Personnel)|
|Half-Life 2 (2004)|
|Counter-Strike: Source (2004)||(Valve)|
|Zaero for Quake II (1998)||(ART)|
|The Realm (1997)||(Web Page Design)|
|Half-Life: Platinum (2000)||(With thanks to:)|
|Half-Life: Game of the Year Edition (1999)||(With thanks to (Sierra Studios))|
|Half-Life (1998)||(With Thanks To)|
|Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (2012)||(Valve)|
|Alien Swarm (2010)||(Valve)|
|Left 4 Dead 2 (2009)||(Valve)|
|Left 4 Dead (2008)||(Development Team)|
|Portal: Still Alive (2008)||(Personnel)|
|Half-Life 2: Episode Two (2007)||(Valve)|
|The Orange Box (2007)||(Credits)|
|Half-Life 2: Episode One (2006)||(Valve)|
|Half-Life: Source (2005)||(Valve is)|
|Half-Life 2 (2004)||(Valve)|
|Half-Life: Blue Shift (2001)||(Valve is...)|
Dhabih Eng in 2003 is an Artist with Valve. He started at Valve by doing freelance work in mid-1998, and signed on full-time in early February of 1999.
Dhabih (pronounced ZA-bee), who's been playing games since he was six years old, has a degree in Interdisciplinary Art from the University of Washington. He started making a name for himself by doing freelance design work for gaming magazines (Electronic Gaming Monthly, Official Playstation Magazine, PC Gaming World) while still in school. Dhabih has also done web design and worked on the Quake2 TC pack Zaero from Team Evolve.
Dhabih is truly a world citizen, having grown up in six different countries (Australia, Macau, Canada, China, Taiwan, and the USA). You can find out more about Dhabih and check out some of his work by visiting his website, http://www.sijun.com/.
Last updated: Jul 16, 2003