Artist | Student | Digital Art
While the final product of most artistic mediums is a static piece of art, video games are different because they require interactivity. It is that distinction that first drew me to game design. I love the idea of an artist first creating art and then breathing life into it for others to enjoy. In practice, I determine what mood I want to player to feel and incorporate it in my environments through the use of light, color and focal points. But while the finished art is always satisfying, it doesn’t compare to the satisfaction I get when I work alongside a team of designers united by a shared passion.