If I had to pick a word that would describe myself, it would be 'dreamer.'
My name is Brad Moore, and I am aspiring to become a successful game designer. During most of my free time, I enjoy playing video games, drawing, and working on creative projects. These projects range from websites to video games. If I am feeling outgoing, I’ll go to the gym or hang out with friends.
I graduated with my Bachelors of Science from BYU-Idaho on the 18th of July, 2017. My field of study is Web Development. I am most experience with front-end development, but I know some PHP and MySQL - roughly knowing the basics with databases. I enjoy this line of work, and there is plenty for me to learn still, which is great!
Born and raised in Arizona, I am the oldest of five kids. I grew up playing games much of the time. Depending where the family lived, we would airsoft and do other sports when the weather was appropriate. Looking back, I've noticed that I became less social the older I got. I've become an introvert I guess.
This changed dramatically when I was called to serve a mission for the LDS Church. I served in the North Carolina Charlotte Mission for 2 years. For those interested, I served in Statesville, Northern and Central Charlotte, Highpoint, and even in Fort Mill South Carolina. This life change really did a number on me, but looking back - it all feels like as if it were a dream. The experience was so abnormal to me that part of me feels it wasn't real.
Coming back to reality, I got a job for CVS Pharmacy in California. After half a year or so, I started my college adventure at BYU-Idaho. Again like before, the longer I've been at this place, the less social I've become. I find it kinda funny. I guess I enjoy my solitude.
Frequently Asked Questions
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How old are you?
I was born November 5, 1991.
Favorite TV Show?
Lost, Breaking Bad
Dragon Ball Z, Zankyou no Terror, Psycho-Pass, Fate Series
Bioshock, Starcraft, Counter Strike, Dark Souls, The Dig, and many others.
Favorite thing about Arizona?
I love the monsoon season. The lightning storms and warm rain is something I remember enjoying.
How you get into game development?
During high school, I was drawing to become a tattoo artist. I thought game development would be cool, but it would be unrealistic to try. Well, an acquaintance I hardly knew asked if I would be interested in learning GameMaker 6. He showed me what he did with it, and it intrigued me. He gave me his software and manual, and after a couple weeks - he lost total interest in the program. Little did this kid know that he awakened a new passion in me. Ever since that time in high school, I have been prototyping ideas and games up to today.