Studying at The University of Abertay, Dundee has helped me realise my dream of becoming a Game Developer; fueling my passion to further my career early by gaining experience that I can apply as I continue through my education.
I’ve worked on several projects for both University and Personal work, including developing a game in GameMaker as part of an internship at YoYo Games, developing several game prototypes in Unity as part of a team of programmers and artists , The Chroma Project and Submersion. I’m developing an Android game for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for the Samsung Developer Challenge as part of Table 32 Studios.
Studying Computer Game Application Development has allowed me to explore my creativity in a way I find interesting through developing coursework, working in teams as part of the Abertay Game Development society to produce a small game in a semester, and meeting and communicating students ideas to the faculty through being a class representative last year.
Working for YoYo Games over the summer allowed me to explore my creativity by working in a team producing a game in a month. We were set the task of creating a game and evaluating software. This allowed me to become self-aware of more specific interests within game application development, work constructively as part of a team, and establish good working relationships with my other team members.
I am always Interested in to hear from anyone who wishes to get in touch with me; Whether you have an opportunity to work on fun projects or just want to say Hello, feel free to get in touch and I will get back to you as soon as possible.