Posted September 07, 2018 07:07:52 The first person to say I want to be a video game journalist was me.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be an athlete.
I wanted a good job.
I want my career to be meaningful.
I’ve made a name for myself and the gaming industry has given me a leg up.
I’m a gamer and I love it.
I feel like my calling is as a video editor, a writer, a video producer and a creative director.
I also enjoy making videos.
I can make a game, and that’s the best part.
I have a knack for writing and directing.
I’ve always been a big fan of the media.
I watched documentaries, I watched TV, I watch movies, I’ve always loved news and things that were interesting.
I think video games have always been more entertaining than any other form of media.
When I was growing up, I never thought about video games as a career, but that changed.
It started with my dad, who was the only one who would watch games on TV.
My mom started playing video games, too, and I was hooked.
When you watch a video on TV, it’s like a movie.
When it comes to games, I think it’s just like the movies, it takes you back to the movies.
I was always drawn to the action and the story.
I thought, this is going to be great.
I grew up on the computer and a lot of my favorite games were the first ones I played.
I would have to go into the house and play a game because I couldn’t handle the pressure.
Now, I feel that’s changed.
When my dad played games, it was just me.
I had to get up and go and play games.
Now that I’m older, I’m more comfortable.
My dad would play video games with me and he’d be like, “Hey, why don’t you go do this?
Go to the movie theater, watch a movie.”
I think that’s more of an expectation.
My dad taught me how to be successful.
He was the biggest influence on me.
He used to say, “If you want to do something, you gotta be good at it.”
He’d say, I love you.
I loved him, and he wanted me to be good.
I love my dad.
He’s an amazing person and he taught me so much.
When we were younger, I didn’t really have a father figure.
I didn’ know if I wanted one.
When he died, I was like, Oh my God.
I really don’t know what to say.
I know it’s hard for a lot people to come out of the shadows.
I was always taught that video games are more entertaining, and when I was younger, that’s how I found out I loved it.
It was something that really appealed to me.
It wasn’t until I was 19 that I started to understand that the games I loved weren’t the games that people were playing anymore.
That was a huge shock.
I still remember being in the store with my brother and he’s like, You should be playing Halo.
I told him I loved Halo.
It’s just something I played all the time, like Call of Duty, the first Halo game.
I played Halo so much that it became my main source of entertainment.
I couldn’ t have gotten into this industry without my dad’s advice.
When we got older, we realized that we could make something of ourselves.
My father encouraged me to try to learn the trade.
We were making a lot and I would play games, but he was more interested in teaching me how things worked and how to get better at it.
When you go into a video studio, you have to learn a lot, and you’re not just going to learn one thing and then leave the studio.
You have to become a very good employee, because if you aren’t good at your job, you’ll get fired.
I remember when I started, I worked in a studio for three months, which was my first full-time job.
The first three months were fun, but it got to be too much for me.
My boss took me aside and he said, “You’re not going to get any more work.
You need to take a year off.”
It was so stressful.
I just quit.
I don’t think I was in a good place financially.
I started getting into debt because I was struggling to make ends meet.
I quit, but I was still struggling.
My brother was my only job.
He took care of all my bills and things like that.
When his family had a down payment on a house, I just couldn’t do it anymore.
My only source of income was going to video games.
I could not afford to go out and spend money on anything.
When my father passed away, I knew that it was time to give it a try