I have wanted to be involved in the games industry since I was very young, it wasn’t until I
was 18 that I realised how possible it was and enrolled in my first Games Development
course at college. Following on from that, I came to NUA and found my calling while studying
Games Art and Design as an Environment Artist. I enjoy the construction and planning
involved in this field, as well as the immense satisfaction of physically seeing a project
develop and improve over time.
I always try to push myself with each new project, trying out new techniques to broaden my
skillset each time, and I find this reflects on the increasing quality of my work. My final
project of my degree, the Mayan temple is easily the work of which I am most proud of, and
is of the highest quality.