Develop with Depth.

Occipital | Google | Nukotoys | Carnegie Mellon University |
Business Development + Project Management + Business Analysis | Entrepreneur |
Sketch Comedy & Short Films |
Professional Improviser |
Second City Chicago



Signal Garden


Nukotoys Mobile Trading Cards Animal Planet In-Game Home Screen

Community Leadership

Microsoft Live Social + Mobile AURA :: Microsoft Live Engagement

Professional Development

Video Game Production

Mobile Developer Accelerator

Film & Video Production

Theater + Improvisation

Professional Development

PMP Project Management Professional Certification.
Certification #: 1765465




Entertainment Technology Center @ Carnegie Mellon University

The ETC is the premiere professional graduate program for interactive entertainment as it’s applied across a variety of fields. Its unique, two-year, Master of Entertainment Technology (MET) degree is jointly conferred by Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science and the College of Fine Arts.  The MET is currently considered a terminal degree.

The ETC was founded in 1998 with Randy Pausch and Don Marinelli as the co-directors. The faculty and staff worked together to articulate it’s academic mission which focuses on educational goals and creative development. Exploring transformational games, innovation by design and interactive storytelling – Throughout, working to prepare students to graduate as creative professionals.

For more information, visit ETC’s History, Mission and R&D Agenda pages.


Building Virtual Worlds Showcase

Virtual Worlds in 2 to 5 week development stints with 4-person teams — complete with story, characters, animations, and interactions. The semester culminates into a Building Virtual Worlds Showcase to industry professionals and university attendees.

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