I started making games on the Commodore64 in BASIC, inspired by Leisure Suit Larry, I started making "graphic" adventure games and discovered I had even more fun making them than playing them. I like to think of game development being a form of creative self expression, and have been happiest working either alone or with a small team. Consequentially I put together my own website (MartianGames.com) for self-publishing my games in the browser, which to this day still feels like the best way to go for being truly independent. (I like to be my own "Green-Light" process. ;)
I also enjoy working on algorithmic music generators to be used for real-time composition in games.
In my spare time I'm either playing piano, or studying physics and biology. If you're a geek like me, send me a hello! I'm always glad to meet others inspired by the interactive arts. ;)