The following is a list of games that I have worked on in my career, spanning AAA and Indie.
Click on a title’s box art below to learn more about it, and view my resume to learn more about my responsibilities on that game!
DropMix is a dynamic and fast-paced music-mixing game. Players blend popular songs from award-winning artists to create mind-blowing mixes. Get together and face-off with friends to master the mix.
Start a Band. Rock the World – Rock Band 4 delivers the ecstatic rush of a live band performance like never before. Grab some friends and live out your rock fantasies on stage, under the lights and in front of a roaring crowd.
When an intergalactic crew of sports-loving aliens challenges you and your friends to a music-infused pentathlon there’s only one thing to do – grab the nearest garden gnome and take the field!
Super Beat Sports is a collection of five sports-themed mini games with a twist – everything is musical. That means that you’ll need swing, volley, and score to the music in order to come out on top.
Amplitude features a single player campaign presented as a 15-song sci-fi concept album with a narrative that surfaces through the game’s visuals, music, and lyrics. Take a trip through the expansive human mind as you seek to awaken your comatose patient and expand her perceptions.
Get ready for the most authentic high-energy rock’n’roll simulation ever! Strap on your guitar, join your band on stage and rock out like nobody’s watching!
With 60 outstanding playable tracks, classic game mode, campaign mode, and leaderboards, Rock Band VR brings you hundreds of hours of ultimate rock’n’roll simulation!
Unlock the transcendent potential of your music with Harmonix Music VR™. From a whacky dance party, to 3D reactive art, and even a nice relaxing alien beach, Harmonix Music VR is the next evolution of your music library.
Draw the curtains and grab your favorite beverage – your Friday night is about to get ridiculous with SingSpace, a social karaoke experience from Harmonix for Gear VR and Oculus Go. Perform solo for the crowd, join up with friends for a night of shared revelry, or show off your talents to a larger audience! There’s no need for a microphone – SingSpace uses the built-in headset mic, so strap it on and belt it out.