Around 2011, after having my first work experience as a cook, I decided to head back into game development as I didn’t see myself working in a kitchen for the rest of my life. I quickly started learning by myself watching Youtube tutorials and working on personal projects. I also went to university where I refined my game development skills, two later and I already had a personal project that was booming online and grabbing the university’s attention.
During my third year of university, I was already working in the university as a virtual reality developer, where I worked on some secret educational projects and during summer I ran the game development summer camp, where I showed kids from 10 to 18 how game development works and the different skillsets needed.
I presented my games in multiple local events, where the games received a lot of praise, thanks to the university allowing me the opportunity to do so.