Like most people, I was too busy looking at my iPhone when I first heard the rhythmic sound approaching. It was a familiar sound, and it grew louder and faster as I continued my text to Chris. Yes, it’s Chris’s fault again. When I finally decided to look up, it was too late. SMACK! Blindsided… Read More A Stockholm Skateboarder
So E3 is just a few weeks away and it’s my first time attending! In 10+ years of recruiting in games I’ve talked to a lot of people, but who is attending this year? If you’re attending, drop me a line. It will be nice to meet in person for once! 🙂
None of us make it through this life on our own, and I am grateful for those who share mine.… Read More Diversability & EA Vancouver
Nothing is more inspiring than the enthusiasm of a child, and this week I had the opportunity to speak to the 4th grade class of Stephen Foster Elementary School. Stephen Foster Elementary is in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. They are a Title 1 school, which means that over 85% of the school qualifies for a free or… Read More A Gift from a Fourth Grade Class
Amazing sunsets, jumping crocodiles, balmy weather, and the Legacy Ladies made my visit to Darwin, in Australia’s top end, an experience of a lifetime!
This world is full of amazing people! I am thankful for the many that I get to “meet”. Strangers by definition, but each conversation makes an impact or influences in one way or another. … Read More A Time for Giving Thanks