I love games. It's a cliche for a game designer to say that they love games, but I do. I spend every waking moment making games, thinking about games, playing games, or watching others play games. I've dedicated my life to this.
I love games that tell stories. I grew up thinking I wanted to be a writer, but I found the printed page to be so limiting. A page is static, doesn't ask you to contribute (beyond reader-response theory), and tells you what happens. I wanted my stories to do more, to let the reader come in and muck about however they wanted.
Games can do that. I'm a narrative designer, but I find that people write off narrative design as just someone who writes dialogue and describes cutscenes. It's far more than that. I'm going to make you feel something. And I want your response to be natural, whole, and raw. I craft worlds, with histories and secrets, that you get to unravel at your own pace. This is my purpose in life, and I want to share it with the whole world.