I have been playing RPGs since 1982, and start making my own campaigns in 1983.
My educational background includes a Bachelor's degree, majoring in Psychology and minoring in English. I successfully completed Photolithography at Defense Mapping School. I have credits towards a Master's of Art in Teaching, and also attended Seminary School.
I am currently a special education teacher. My career background includes the following disciplines: Senior Computer Unit Manager/Second Class Petroleum Engineer, Teacher, Graduate/Undergraduate Tutor, Published Magazine Writer, Online Magazine Web Master, Youth Pastor, Sales Manager, Finance District Manager, Assistant Bee farmer, etc.
These experiences have given me a broad range of creativities. I still love playing and making games.
I love hosting game jams and competing in them.
I am working on Let's LARP. It is a series of card games, video games, and board games that are LARP. LARPing is socially interactive and educational.
My games are directed at being family friendly and do not contain blood gore, profanity, nor even killing. I tend to use words that substitute the word attacks with words like: plays with, insults, prays for, compliments, etc. When an enemy is defeated, phrasing similar to: has ran away, became friends, etc. replace the standard "was killed" phrases.