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GDC 2013!!!


It's been a while since my last post but much has happened in the last several months. I'll get to all of it very soon, but for now I am really excited to announce that I will be speaking at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco in Read more

And I'm back!


I know I've said this before, but what a year! I meant to write a lot more these past several months, but Hitman: Absolution took every moment I had. Even when our newest little one, Livia, was born I only got a brief break before diving right back into Read more

stuff...


More than anything, I just wanted a reason to post that image. So, I'm going to be making a couple of additions to the site. If you haven't noticed already, I have added an Animation page (you can click on it at the top). I'll be adding an updated demo Read more

a hell of a year...


Well, hello. It's been a while. 2011 has been one kick in the crotch after another and updating the blog always felt like the last thing I wanted to do at the end of the day. Not that things have gotten any better or easier, but I'm getting the urge Read more

a pox on our house...


(artist rendering) So I have come down with the chicken pox. It sucks. Along with the Norwalk of '06 and the Rotavirus of '08, this falls in my top three worst sicknesses. I wish I could say the time off from work has been relaxing, but it has been a sweaty, Read more

an exercise in downsizing…

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Much like my former employer, we’ve had to cut a lot of fat lately. We could only afford to move a small amount of stuff overseas so we had to find new homes for the majority of our crap; and crap it all is. It’s amazing how much stuff you accumulate when you have a place to put it. So far we’ve sent three truck loads to the dump and three to the Salvation Army. The rest has been crammed into what little space our parents have left.

Though stressful, this de-cluttering has been surprisingly freeing. I feel so much lighter and almost…peaceful? Maybe peaceful isn’t the right word, but it’s the best one I can think of to describe the feeling. It’s almost as if throwing out the junk and excess baggage does the same to the inside of your head. Maybe these Danes are on to something? Like that guy said on the Oprah special about Copenhagen the other day: “less space, less things, more life”.

Sounds good to me. Let’s see if we can pull it off. And no, I don’t watch Oprah regularly.


an exercise in downsizing…

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Much like my former employer, we’ve had to cut a lot of fat lately. We could only afford to move a small amount of stuff overseas so we had to find new homes for the majority of our crap; and crap it all is. It’s amazing how much stuff you accumulate when you have a place to put it. So far we’ve sent three truck loads to the dump and three to the Salvation Army. The rest has been crammed into what little space our parents have left.

Though stressful, this de-cluttering has been surprisingly freeing. I feel so much lighter and almost…peaceful? Maybe peaceful isn’t the right word, but it’s the best one I can think of to describe the feeling. It’s almost as if throwing out the junk and excess baggage does the same to the inside of your head. Maybe these Danes are on to something? Like that guy said on the Oprah special about Copenhagen the other day: “less space, less things, more life”.

Sounds good to me. Let’s see if we can pull it off. And no, I don’t watch Oprah regularly.