The ending is not yet been written…

As of last Wenendsay, I am no longer with Telltale Games. After over five years with the studio, I am now looking for other opportunities and projects to work on.

This is the e-mail I sent to the studio and is what I also want to share with all of you.

There are a lot of words that come out of me right now. Many stories of great people and the great work produced together in the over five years. Too many to detail for any one e-mail, but it speaks to the many accomplishments that this studio has afforded all of us. I developed as an artist and storyteller though this place. I developed as a producer and a programmer though this place. Now I am off to find my own voice as an artist. To find new ways to engage an audience in this art form we all love.

Telltale is a success story in developing rich narrative environments. It is that belief that kept me working hard all of these years and though all the titles I’ve had. And even as I depart, it is a belief I still carry with me.

So to all of you, thank you for allowing me to be a part of this work. It is truly an honor to work with you and being apart of greatness.

I close with one line from a video game that’s always been very dear to me and is perfectly fitting:

“… and so I close, realizing that perhaps the ending has not yet been written.”