|Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge CD-ROM (1995)||(3D / Graphics Programming)|
|3D Baseball (1996)||(Additional Art)|
|Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge CD-ROM (1995)||(Art Director)|
|Star Control II (1994)||(3D Cinemagraphics )|
|Total Eclipse (1994)||(Additional Graphics)|
|The 7th Guest (1993)||(Graphic Artists)|
|Crash 'n Burn (1993)||(Stunt Artists)|
Bodio was born on January 11, 1955. After three years in the navy, he studied one year at the Franklin Institute of Technology, four years at the Berklee School of Music and one year at Newbury College (programming in basic). Between 1983 and 1989, he owned and operated Pyramid Recording Inc., a recording studio working in the Rock industry and located in downtown Boston. He also acted as the Studio's Chief Engineer.
Later, he worked as chief engineer in a large studio in Bangkok. After his marriage, he returned of the States and starting leaning CGI. With Gary Yost, he worked on the design of 3D-Studio v1-MAX. In the early nineties, he founded PCA Graphics with Phil LaMarbre and he was hired by Trilobyte as a 3D Artist for The 7th Guest.
Source and full resume: PCA profile page
Last updated: Jan 06, 2005