I make video games. I’ve worked on a variety of titles like the critically acclaimed real-time strategy games series, Close Combat, first-person shooter, Section 8, and top-selling sports franchises, Madden NFL Football, NCAA Football, and NBA LIVE Basketball.
I’ve spent the past 22 years, combining my love of technology, video games, science fiction, and sports into video games for people to enjoy on their PCs, video game consoles, and mobile devices.
Currently, I’m the Senior Development Director for EA SPORTS overseeing all sports mobile development for the EA Tiburon studio which includes Madden NFL 21 Mobile and NBA LIVE Mobile for iOS and Android.
I’m also global co-chair for EA Pride, Electronic Arts’ LGBTQ Employee Resource Group. EA Pride’s mission is to build an inclusive culture and safe environment where LGBTQ employees and our allies can thrive and be a leading force in driving inclusive experiences for employees and players within the gaming community.
Madden NFL 21 Mobile Release 2 went live August 29th, 2020. This version adds new capabilities for the game’s Field Pass, coming soon with the NFL season Kickoff. There’s also several stability fixes in this release. Release 2.1 went live September 1st, 2020 and fixes a crash in sets that have been reported by users.
The NBA Season is back with NBA LIVE Mobile Release 21 which went live on July 13th, 2020. NBA LIVE Mobile brings you all new fresh content to play along with. New gameplay improvements including enhanced rebounding, blocking, and AI shooting tendencies. Play to showcase your talent with new campaigns and earn exclusive rewards with all-new LIVE PASS. Build up your team on the way to the NBA Playoffs. Improved performance and stability. Release 21.1 went live on August 5th, 2020 and fixes stability issues. Release 21.2 went live August 18th, 2020 and fixes some compliance issues with Facebook. Release 21.3 went live September 9th, 2020 and fixes a few crashes.
To see a list of the games I’ve worked on visit my Games Page.