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I am a young but experienced concept artist and have created concepts for two LucasArts console games, JediStarfighter (published 2002) and Red Rock RTX, which will be published shortly. I am very versitile and easy to work with. As of yet, I do not have a website displaying my work but if you are interested I would be happy to send samples of my work. I will post my resume below. If you are seriously interested I can supply you with character references and contact information. Thanks for your time and interest!!
-Graduate of George Mason High School, Falls Church Va, Advanced Diploma, 1998
-Graduate of Columbus College of Art and Design, May 2002, G.P.A. 3.7
-Maya 4.0, limited experience
-LucasArts Entertainment Company, LEC:
-Conceptual Artist for a Playstation 2/ Gamecube, third person adventure game: “Red Rock RTX.”
-Interned over the summer of 2001 as a Conceptual Artist for LucasArts, creating designs for spaceships and environments for a Star Wars, Playsation 2/ XBOX title: JEDI STARFIGHTER.
My name is Justin Gonzalez, VP of the Avaria Corporation. Avaria is an up and coming pc game developer. We are the creators of the worlds first MMOFPSRPG entitled Endless Ages.
We are getting ready to start production on our first expansion pack for Endless Ages. I am interested in seeing your skills. Can you please send me an e-mail to email@example.com with a digital resume and portfolio.
I hope to hear from you soon.
Come get lost in Endless Ages
Goerge Mason High School?
Chronicles of Dust
Yup! Good old George Mason High School of Falls Church VA!!
I graduated a few years back. My little brother still goes there. Are you attending there or are you from another local school?? --J. Murchie
Hey Greenhorn. No, I don't go to school there. I only ask because I've lived here for 21 years and never heard of it. My wife graduated from George Mason University 2 years back and I graduated from South Lakes 11 years ago and I even played a couple of sports in the region for SL, and I just had never heard of the high school. It just struck me as strange.
Chronicles of Dust
Haha!! Yeah, George Mason is a pretty small school. When I was a student there were only 400-500 students from grades 9-12. George Mason is really tiny unlike the rest of the public schools in the D.C. area. I had a couple friends who went to South Lakes. I'm actually kind of surprised that you have not heard of the school based on its reputation. It has been ranked nationally numerous times as number 1 in the country for G.P.A. averages. That is probably due to the fact that the size of the school is that of a large private school. I lived in Falls Church all my life until I moved out here to California last summer. Good to hear from a fellow Northern Virginian!! --J. Murchie