I grew up in New Jersey, and graduated from George Mason University in Spring 2017 with a Bachelor Degree in Computer Game Design. During the Summer and Fall of 2016 I took on teaching Computer Game Design to high school and middle school students. In particular, I created the curriculum and taught the first python game programming class at George Mason. Doug worked with the Hospital Training Games, Company to help develop their first product, "Hospital Rescue," a tool in the Hospital Training Games Training program.
I currently work at Little Arms Studios in Manassas, VA as a programmer. As one of three programmers on their secondary product, IVIS, a fire fighter simulator, I handle a lot of the systems design, technical art, and network programming.