During my time as CEO at my company Zero G Games, I routinely contributed to projects in the area of artwork. Marvel was one of our more regular customers and commissioned numerous casual games from us. For Marvel Solitaire, I created a new form of solitaire that allowed the player to use the power of the Marvel characters to save one from a stalemate. Embedded inside the deck were special cards that would allow the player to reveal, flip, scramble, remove and other special adjustments to the game to continue.
During my time as CEO at my company Zero G Games, I routinely contributed to projects in the area of artwork. Marvel was one of our more regular customers and commissioned numerous casual games from us. For Skrull Invasion, I contributed game artwork.
Created the Splash artwork using existing art provided by Marvel and custom 3D rendered pieces
Create in-game artwork for background, pieces, menus, and charge tower
Due to my reputation for special projects, I was contacted in May of 2009 by Cool J’s business manager. Cool J was trying to create an online music studio and after 15 months of a previous development effort was told that it was impossible. I immediately started to architect the front and backend. Once I handed off the architecture to my development team, I began examining all the cutting-edge music interfaces to design a front-end that would address all our needs.
I laid out a new business model offering the consumer two levels of recording options while giving professionals all the tools they needed to record, edit, and mix high-quality tracks. I met Cool J at the Four Seasons, gave my presentation, and a week later signed the deal.
Forty-five days later, at the William Morris agency in Los Angeles, Cool J mixed a song with his producer in Buffalo New York. We continued development for approximately a year. The product was released with the SONY VIOS laptops with driver support from Dolby.
UX/UI Design and final interface
Identified need for special mic/headphone driver to shorten millisecond delay
For years I worked with the incredible Robert Llewellyn of Red Dwarf. He and I struck up a great friendship which led to many projects. One such project was our second DVD release it2i2, “It Thinks Therefore It Is.” Robert had written a comedy that was filmed in the UK. Having worked with him on WomanWizard, we worked together to refine the script and develop special effects. I was privileged to contribute to the script and create the special effects and the DVD artwork. The project was a resounding success with all the Red Dwarf fans and was released under production companies Shoulder Chip Productions, TWIN MONOLITH, and distributed by 2 Entertainment.