Producing things. Lot's of things.
Each month we're saying hello to various members of the Wired Fam, giving you the chance to meet the faces behind #WiredGames!
Q: What do you do at Wired?
A: I'm a Producer!
Q: What’s been your favorite project that you’ve worked on so far, and why?
A: Believe it or not, each one is considered a child so I can't pick between them. Sure some of them have been problematic, but that doesn't mean you give up on them. Each one has their own strengths and weaknesses and each one offers a lesson to learn.
Q: Outside of gaming, what’s your passion?
A: If I tell you. I may have to kill you.
Q: What was the very first game you played and what do you remember about it?
A: The very first memory is a difficult one. Probably hanging out with my older sister, playing Super Mario Bros on the SNES in her room.
Q: Zombies are coming. You have 1 minutes to pack your bags… what console do you put in your bag and which games do you grab?
A: It seems in this scenario that:
1. I have like level 100 strength where I can run around zombies with a VIDEO GAME CONSOLE and VIDEO GAMES, plus maybe a generator and a monitor to power said video games console and monitor, so I can actually play them.
2. Somehow in that 1 minute, I have the speed to unhook my console, grab video games, unhook the monitor. Then grab that generator and get out. That's a lot in 1 minute.
In a more realistic scenario, most of us do not have the strength nor the speed to do this and once you have the console, how will you play it? The zombies will come in and nothing will save you from your impending doom.
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