These days I only seem to post to this blog when I have something to tell my friends and family. Thankfully, it’s generally good news!
I’m now a Vice President at Interzone Games, in charge of Australian operations. This means that I’m responsible for operating the Perth Studio and managing the game development team here.
A year ago, I never thought that I would be so personally invested in the company. I was a programmer who wanted to work in games, but also adamant that I wanted to keep my work and personal life separate. I still do keep things separate to a degree, but my commitment to the success of Interzone and my responsiblities to employees are always on my mind.
On a more personal note, work and the people there are a huge part of my life. It’s been fantastic watching the company grow into what it is now, and I’m proud to have been (and continue to be) a part of that.