EXPERIENCE / SKILLS
and production art/design, art direction, storyboards, 3D environment modeling, texutre
background/foundations in physical model construction, miniature lighting and actuation,
roto-animation set construction and motion control work.
Proficient in Photoshop and Maya. Have also worked in Flash, Illustrator, After Effects and 3DSMax.
Zynga, San Francisco, CA September 2011 - Present
Senior artist - mobile games
44 Studios, San Francisco, CA August 2001 - September 2011
Senior Artist, covering various art roles including concept art, storyboard, 3d environments, textures, and some UI and particle effects work.
Pictionary HD - THQ
Disney Channel All Star Party - Wii - Disney Interactive Studios
Hanna Montana: Rock out the Show - PSP - Disney
Highschool Musical 3: Senior Year Dance! - X360/Wii/Ps2/PC - Disney
Tony Hawk's Proving Ground - Wii/PS2 - Activision
Tony Hawk's Project 8 - PSP - Activision
Gretzky NHL '06 - PSP/PS2 - 989 Sports.
Gretzky NHL 2005 - PSP/PS2 - 989 Sports.
Freekstyle - PS2 - Electronic Arts
Sky Interactive, San Francisco, CA November 1998 - August 2001
director for award winning Power Rangers Datazord created by Red
Sky Interactive and Stormfront Studios.
clients included Citibank, Bandai, Miller Brewing Company and Coca-Cola.
Electronic Arts, San Mateo, CA
1997 - November 1998
artist for Future Cop LAPD - Mac/PC.
art and production design, storyboards, 3D models texture maps and UI work.
direction and concept design for Planet V, an independent short film
by Craig Barron of Matte World Digital.
Rocket Science Games, Inc, San Francisco, CA 1995 - 1997:
director/lead artist for Rocket Jockey.
concept and production art, 3D models and texture maps.
artist for Incubator (sequel to Obsidian), graphic adventure
artist for the 3D action game Pest, and V3, internet technology
Midland Production, Richmond, CA 1989
work in virtually all phases of core production and design for film
based ride simulations.
include Omni Films, MGM Grand, Busch Entertainment Corp, Iwerks and
of California, Santa Barbara
Physics - 1989