Level DesignDigital environments lovingly hand-crafted for your enjoyment.
TEAM FORTRESS 2 CLASSIC
My Role On The Team
I am currently the level-design lead for Team Fortress 2 Classic. My position requires me to coordinate and manage the mapping team, liaise with other parts of the team for additional assets, and design multiplayer-oriented levels to be shipped with the mod.
PL Tanker is a single-stage map for the Payload gamemode of Team Fortress 2 originally created during the TF2Maps.net 2015 Winter Special 72hr Mapping Contest, in which it won third place. It is still in development.
The initial challenge in developing Tanker was creating a decent version of it within a 72 hour timespan. During the contest I managed to develop five alpha versions of the map. This process required extensive planning as well as rapid prototyping and iteration, both influenced by play-testing and interaction with real players.
Graphic DesignLogos, lettering, the works. Created quickly and efficiently for my clients.
Auric Conglomerate Logo
I was commissioned by the owner of the Auric Conglomerate, a Steam group, to create a logo for them to use in various locations. As I developed the logo I often bounced back and forth with the commissioner to get frequent opinion updates so that I could most accurately produce a desired result.
Various TF2Maps.net Assets
As a staff member of TF2Maps.net it has many times been my job to design 2D assets for the site. Including the site’s current logo, rank badges, various front-page news banners and promotional material.
Musician and programmer, Circuitfry, asked me to design him a new logo for his alias. Designed relatively quickly, my goal in this design was to capture the feeling and vibe of his music.
UEAKCrash Livestream Layout
A friend and associate of mine, Crash, needed a layout for his Twitch.TV stream. I worked quickly with him and rapidly built a layout which suited his unique and varying streaming needs.
Musician friend Auditis needed a logo to match his alias. I was given a rough-concept idea of what he wanted and expanded upon his existing idea to create a simple yet impressive logo.