My earliest commercial efforts in the digital arts were created with palettes containing 14 and 254 colors in Windows Paintbrush and Deluxe Paint, by Electronic Arts. Among these are the first illustrated computer encyclopedia of Star Trek and a truly unbreakable voice recognition security program packaged around Paramount's science fiction franchise. By 1996 I'd been fortunate enough to have been part of a team that developed two classic Avalon Hill strategy and tactics board games for the home PC, and by the millennium was creating web sites and had begun working with 3D applications.
In the summer of 2000 I'd begun working with Macromedia's Flash, and I continue to be inspired by its seemingly limitless potential for conveying information and entertainment.