Seattle Trip

I visited Seattle for a little less than a week in June. What a creative, modern, and vibrant city!


-Spending 6+ hours sharing my latest game, playing games in development, and swapping war stories with a dozen fellow independent game developers @  Roy St. Coffee. 

-Exploring the Fremont and Wallingford neighborhoods.

-Meeting legendary entrepreneur Richard Tait at a startup mixer, hearing firsthand how he started the board game company behind Cranium with no prior game development experience.

-Eating ridiculously good grapefruit tofu @ the stylish Plum Bistro.

-Playing innovative indie games early in development, meeting the creators behind them, and receiving feedback on my latest game @ The Raygun Lounge.

-Exploring the offices of Double Down Interactive and learning how a small company starts from nothing and gets acquired for $335,000,000+ in just over two years.


-Friendly, but relentless homeless guys trying to convert me to Islam.

-A homeless guy who ran around my bus stop shirtless for 10 minutes shouting “world peace, baby!”, “transcend nationalism”,etc.

-Just all the homeless people honestly.

Favorite Photos:

Fun Shop Fire Station 21 Warn Your Kids Creative Pig