Jack is a video creator, writer, and game developer.
In 2018, he graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Radio-Television-Film. He currently works as a freelance video producer and instructional designer. In his free time, Jack enjoys making YouTube videos on inclusivity in gaming, writing about mental health, and (slowly) learning to play the mandolin.
What it's like (for me) to have an anxiety attack
I have a condition called Generalized Anxiety Disorder, or GAD. I am not an expert on mental health or mental illnesses, or even GAD in particular. I do know what it’s like for me, though. Read the rest on Medium ->
My Top 10s of the 2010s, Part 1: Games
The 2010s represent such a huge portion of my life. At 24 years old, that means this decade encompassed everything from my middle school graduation to my first jobs post-college. I basically grew up and learned who I was in the 2010s. Read the rest on Medium ->
How Animal Crossing Taught Me the Value of Savoring the Moment
It’s been almost exactly a year since I graduated college, and suffice it to say I’m not where I wanted to be by this point. The past twelve months have had a lot of ups and downs... Read the rest on Medium ->
October 2019 - Present
Gaming is for Everyone
A YouTube channel dedicated to advocating for inclusivity in gaming. Addresses social issues in video game culture and provides beginner's guides to different platforms, genres, and franchises.
Watch more videos at GamingIsForEveryone.com.
Play, Don't Show: A Video Essay About Walking Simulators
An attempt to articulate why some "walking simulator" games are better than others, and what that says about narrative in video games.
Created for the Spring 2017 semester of RTF 331M: Digital Remix Cultures at the University of Texas at Austin.