RESUME: Senior Game Developer/Designer - Flash/Flex/Lingo
- RL, Flash/Flex Developer
US Resident | US Citizen
Will Relocate Anywhere
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GOAL: Technical Producer, Software/Interactive Media Development,
SUMMARY: Multimedia Developer since 1991. Principle Programmer for
over 26 significant completed projects, the most well known being
"Jewels of the Oracle", the hit CD-ROM game that won international
recognition with, "Best of show" at MacWorld Expo San Francisco '95.
Also, Lead Architect and Programmer for Houghton Mifflin's "Spelling
Spree!", a commercial and school distributed CD-ROM title '98 that
teaches spelling for grades K-6. In 2004 he completed his Bachelor of
Liberal Arts Cum Laude (ALB, GPA 3.62, Dean's List) with a field of
study of Computer Science from Harvard University Extension, and, more
recently, completed a Masters in Information Technology (ALM in IT,
GPA 3.86, Dean's List) with a concentration in Software Engineering,
also from Harvard University Extension.
2006 Degree of Master of Liberal Arts in Information Technology (ALM
in IT, GPA 3.86, Dean's List) with a concentration in Software
Engineering, from Harvard University Extension.
2004 Degree of Bachelor of Liberal Arts Cum Laude (ALB, GPA 3.62,
Dean's List) with a field of Computer Science, from Harvard University
1998 & 1999 Teaching Fellow for Understanding & Developing
Multimedia at Harvard University Extension.
1989 High School Certificate from Sydney Church of England
Co-Educational Grammar School Redlands.
Human Computer Interface Design, Programming [ActionScript 3, C++, C,
UNIX, Java], Software Architecture, Directing, Game Development,
Prototyping, Testing, Usability Testing, One-to-one and group
training, and Video Editing.
Adept In: Flash [ActionScript], Director [Lingo & Shockwave], Final Cut
Capable In: Flex, Photoshop, InDesign, Maya, and Dreamweaver.
Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) in Flash Professional 8.
Adobe Certified Instructor (ACI).
EXPERIENCE - Projects/Contracts:
2006- to present Boston, USA.
Custom Learning Designs, Inc. - "Wyeth Oncology Learning System",
ActionScript 2 Programmer, © Wyeth Pharmaceuticals 2006
Universal Head - "Savanna Walkabout", ActionScript 2 Programmer, ©
Savannas Management, Darwin University (Australia) 2006
2001-2006 Boston, USA. Harvard University Extension
Graduated June 2006, Degree of Master of Liberal Arts in Information
Technology (ALM in IT, GPA 3.86, Dean's List) with a concentration in
Software Engineering, from Harvard University Extension.
Also, graduated March 2004 Degree of Bachelor of Liberal Arts Cum
Laude (ALB, GPA 3.62, Dean's List) with a field of Computer Science,
from Harvard University Extension, while working part time at the
Harvard University Division of Continuing Education Computer Lab and
occasionally teaching Director and Flash for Future Media Concepts
(FMC) in Orlando and Boston.
1997-2001 Boston, USA.
Commenced his Undergraduate degree part time at Harvard University
Extension while contracting and performing as a Teaching Fellow for
the class Understanding & Developing Multimedia (1998/99), also at
Harvard University Extension.
MARS - "Upstage", presentation software, Lingo Programmer, © MARS 2001
Arnold - "Volkswagen site", Flash ActionScripting, © Volkswagen 2000
Helped develop the "Marketing Mechanic" and "Autoshow" navigation
parts of http://www.vw.com
Point of View - "Condor phone", Shockwave Programmer, © Motorola 2000
Traylor Multimedia - "Dragon Tails", Shockwave Programmer, © Kids
Television Network 2000
Developed the "Sticker Story" and "Treasure Hunt" games of the PBS
Kids Dragon Tails site. The Dragon Tails site was a 2000 MIMIC Award
Finalist in the category of "General Education"
Traylor Multimedia - "Apply!" CD-ROM, programmer, © The Princeton
Planet Interactive - "Where is Matt?" CD-ROM, Lead Programmer, ©
Where is Matt? Was a 2000 MIMIC Award Finalist in the category of
Harvard Extension - Developing Multimedia Website, Dreamweaver, ©
Harvard University 1999
Traylor Multimedia - "Government & Citizen Resources" CD-ROM,
Programmer, © Prentice Hall 1999
Houghton Mifflin Interactive - "Galaxy Writer", Prototyper, ©
Houghton Mifflin 1998
Electramedia - "SHL Word Search" Game Programmer, © Mocaz 1998
Six Red Marbles - "Spelling Spree" CD-ROM, Lead Architect and
Programmer, © Houghton Mifflin 1998
Lead Architect and Programmer on "Spelling Spree!", an educational
Mac and Windows CD-ROM. "Spelling Spree!" was programmed entirely in
Director 6.0. Released by Houghton Mifflin Interactive in October of
1998, "Spelling Spree!" can be ordered directly from Houghton Mifflin
Spelling Spree was a 1998 MIMIC Award Finalist in the category of
"K-12 Educational Multimedia Title"
Was included in the 2000 edition of International Who's Who.
1996-7 Sydney, Australia.
Extro Design - Intel Sales Presenter, Principal Programmer, © Intel
Mocaz - "Crusades" Prototype, Producer & Programmer, © Mocaz 1997
Universal Head - "HeadCase" disk, © Universal Head 1997
Brilliant Interactive Ideas - "Plates are People too" games, ©
Brilliant Interactive Ideas 1997
Brilliant Interactive Ideas - "Little Engine" games, © Brilliant
Interactive Ideas 1997
Brilliant Interactive Ideas - "Dinosaurs" games, © Brilliant
Interactive Ideas 1997
Brilliant Interactive Ideas - "Monsters" games, © Brilliant
Interactive Ideas 1997
Interactive Digital Options - "The Mega Mall" CD-ROM, © Interactive
Digital Options 1996
Interactive Digital Options - "PowerShop" Interactive Magazine, ©
Interactive Digital Options 1995
Principal Programmer on "Power Shop", Home Shopping / Internet
Hybrid CD-ROM for Mac & Windows distributed in the Australian October
/ November issue of Mode Magazine '95
Unlimited Energy - "Crocadoo" Prototype, Prototyping & Programming,
© Unlimited Energy 1995
Shomega - "Mythical Mazes" Prototype, Prototyping & Programming, ©
Voom Advertising - "Bobby No Good", Design & Programming, © Mocaz 1995
Mocaz - "Hex Puzzle", Design & Programming, © Mocaz 1995
ACRIL - Enware Taps Database, Programmer, © ACIRL 1995
1994-5 Toronto, Canada.
Eloi Productions - "Jewels of the Oracle", Interface & Lead
Programmer, © Discis 1995 - In 1996 a Japanese translation version
"Jewels of the Oracle" was released for the Sega Saturn platform by
Lead Programmer & Interface on the hit computer game "Jewels of the
Oracle," a CD-ROM game distributed by DISCUS in March of 1995. This
game has won international recognition with 1) "Best of show" at
MacWorld Expo San Francisco, 2) '95, Product of the year CD-ROM
Professional Magazine. "Jewels of the Oracle" was Programmed entirely
in Director 4.1 for Mac and PC on a hybrid CD-ROM.
Electramedia - "Jewels of the Oracle", Prototyper & Programmer, ©
Electramedia - Cott Group Database, Programmer, © The Cott Group 1994
Electramedia - Global Strategy Sales Presenter, a Programmer, ©
Global Strategy 1994
1990-3 Sydney, Australia.
Invited to work on the advanced Authorware training manual being
developed by Adelaide TAFE as the national course (Australia) in that
Applied Learning - "Can I", Programmer, © Applied Learning © 1993
ACIRL - Coal Sampling Tutorial, Designer & Principal Programmer, ©
Toshiba Australia - Toshiba DVI Video Presenter, Programmer, ©
Toshiba Australia 1993
Wavelength - NSW Lotteries Kiosk, Principal Programmer, © NSW
Lotteries © 1993
Aeriel Interactive - Aeriel Interactive CDI, Designer, © Aeriel
Aeriel Interactive - Scots Prospectus on disk, Designer & Principal
Programmer, © Scots 1993
Aeriel Interactive - Collagen Sales Presenter, Programmer, © Aeriel
Aeriel Interactive - MCQ Testing on disk, Designer & Principal
Programmer, © Aeriel Interactive 1992
Applied Learning - Workplace Literacy Course, Programmer, © Applied
Dr Sendal - Sendals Books, Programmer, © Dr Sendal 1992
1991 Sydney, Australia. Learnware
Worked full time as a Designer and Programmer of computer based
training courseware for Learnware. Learnware was bought by the
American company Authorware which later (1992) merged with the company
Macromind to become Macromedia.
Learnware/Authorware - Commonwealth Bank 4QL, Principal Programmer
& Design, © Commonwealth Bank 1991
Designer And Principal Programmer of the Commonwelath Bank's Four
Quadrant Leadership (4QL) project, an international, highly acclaimed
Computer Based Training (CBT) product involving live action video from
Learnware/Authorware - Woodside Offshore Induction, Principal
Programmer, © Woodside 1991
Learnware/Authorware - CSIRO Foyer system kiosk, Designer &
Principal Programmer, © CSIRO 1991
1988-90 Sydney, Australia.
Bit Magic - New Zealand Telecom Kiosk, Programmer, © Bit Magic 1990
Barneyscan - "ColorAccess", Interface Designer & Support Programmer, ©
Barneyscan Corporation, 1990
Human Interface Designer & Support C Programmer. Junior member of a
six person design and programming team on the software "Color Access"
which was a finalist in the Seybold Awards 1991
Barneyscan - "QuickScan", Support Interface Designer, © Barneyscan
Human Media - "Galactic Frontiers", Producer & Designer, © Soft
Stream, 1991 - 93, © Human Media, 1994
Produced & Designed the strategic computer game "Galactic Frontiers"
for Macintosh computers. Galactic Frontiers was developed between 1988
to 1991 as a hobby. It was programmed in Pascal by Arthur Street and
marketed in the U.S. through Soft Stream International. Later,
Galactic Frontiers became an established Mac shareware title, and was
included on the "Best of Inside Mac Games 1993 to 1996." Effectively
now an antique, it still runs under Mac O/S 9.2 and may be downloaded