Besides being a comic book geek, I'm also a big film buff and video game fan as well. Over the years, I've been writing movie reviews that have appeared on various messageboards out there on the interwebs. Thanks to that, I've been privileged to write movie reviews for both a respected website and a movie podcast. I've been a big video game fan since Pong, and recently, I've had the good fortune to be on the ground floor for a start-up video-game developer.

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The Back Seat Producers is a locally produced podcast originated by podcaster and friend, Tony Mast. I've not only written reviews for their site, but I've also been on the show a few times and I've designed their logo, which you'll see above. That logo appears whenever you listen to their podcast in iTunes.
Thanks to my connection to The Back Seat Producers, I was invited by The Trades web site to contribute reviews.
The Trades was established in 1997 for the purpose of providing entertainment industry analysis. Their writers cover a wide range of topics, including films, television, music, video games and publishing. I've been privileged to be a part of the group since early 2010.
Thanks to answering an ad on Craigslist, I've managed to get involved with a cool new start-up video game developer, Six3Six Studios. I've been working on various projects with these guys since May of 2010. We've recently seen our first game finally become a reality with the launch of Cecil Jenkins: Notebook Adventures over the Xbox Indie Games Marketplace.