|Warp (2012)||(Developer Relations Account Managers)|
|Dead Space 2 (2011)||(QA Compliance Analysts)|
|Dead Space: Extraction (2011)||(QA Compliance Leads)|
|The Fancy Pants Adventures (2011)||(QA Compliance)|
|Shadows of the Damned (2011)||(Quality Assurance - QA Compliance Analysts)|
|The Sims 3: High-End Loft Stuff (2011)||(QA Compliance Testers)|
|Dead Space: Ignition (2010)||(QA Compliance Analysts)|
|Risk: Factions (2010)||(QA Compliance Leads)|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Deadly Intent (2009)||(Special Thanks)|
|UEFA Euro 2012 (2012)||(Global Online Developer Operations)|
From 2005 through 2009 J. worked as an Operations Engineer on several non-game projects for various Online teams within EA on multiple Social networks and community platforms such as EA Link, EA Download Manager, and Rupture.
In May 2009 he jumped to the gaming side of things and began working as the PC Compliance Lead for EA Cert North America. Leading the team who checks and verifies all new releases for Certification, Compliance, Legal and ESRB requirements before giving the final seal of approval for release to manufacturing, he oversaw all of EA's PC and Mac releases from May through December 2009.
From November of 2009 to February 2011, he was a project manager for First Party Compliance for Visceral Studios within Electronic Arts, and following that until May 2012 was a Developer Relations Manager within EA Online, before finally leaving EA and starting up a gaming-related Tech Startup, Honored.
In early 2014, after winding down Honored, he moved to Riot Games, where he is currently the 3rd Party Developer Relations Manager.
Last updated: Apr 26, 2015