The owner of the website and the geek boss of the crew. I maintain the website code and update it as well as write articles. I am the go to geek for all things related to geekspective. As a young child, I enjoyed dos prompt computer games on windows nt 3.1. I came upon the console scene with a Super Nintendo. I have kept up with the console and computer scene ever since. Though I do not watch a lot of movies, I do love anime. I also enjoy playing board games and paper and pencil games. I spend my time chillin’ with geeks and riding my motorcycle.
I write the occasional review and news article, but mostly I edit articles being published. I am a civil/structural engineering gamer with a cinema fixation and tendency towards laziness. I am legally obligated to inform the readers that “in no way do [my] views [...] in any forum [...] reflect the opinion or approval of the “New Hampshire Tribune” nor “the Scottsdale Kennel Club”. Seems digital entertainment and golf take up most of my time. I like long walks on the beach. I also love little people and clowns, but despise little clowns (I will find you one day, Arthur).
I write reviews and short news blurbs. In addition to editorial work, I am responsible for the social media marketing and developing new and creative marketing techniques.When I was three years old, my older sister got a NES for Christmas and I’ve been glued to a screen ever since. I am a huge proponent of games as art, and am constantly excited by the numerous and innovative new directions that the medium is headed. I am a huge advocate of geek chic culture, being of the firm belief that geeks have the potential to be more than the stereotypical pimple-faced, pencil-necked geek.
I am the mastermind behind all things visual at geekspective. The graphic designer of the website. Coming from a family of geeks, in their own respects, it would only be natural that I would don a geeky personality. While I do enjoy video games, I am a proclaimed graphic novel/comic book aficionado. I also dabble in sci-fi fantasy literature. Tabletop games are my new love. My schedule as of late does not allow for a ton of free time. When I am not being consumed by school, work or side projects, you can find me watching X-files while I knit.