Skip to content


It’s been a while.  Full Sail has been keeping me pretty busy as we head towards the home stretch here… but, I’m hard at work on multiple side projects.  One of these projects is a community.  We’re looking for developers and enthusiasts alike from the gaming industry as our target audience.  That means if you write code, create artwork, or just enjoy playing games, this is for you.  Before I get into it, here’s a link.

The name of the site is *null (pronounced splat null), and currently we just have a blog.  I’ll be making posts to it along side a few of my classmates about projects we’re working on or find interesting for now, but we’ve plans in the works to open it up to more than just we few.  The end plan is for it to become a platform for us (and anyone else really) to push out our projects for testing and feedback.  But for now it’s going to be closed to just a few of us, until we get all the kinks worked out.

Anyhow, I’ll try to keep cross posting between the two sites to a minimum, but you can always see the RSS feed on my sidebar.

A Fresh Start

For those who don’t know me, hello!  My name is Luke, this is my web portfolio and blog.  I’m a student of Full Sail University in the Game Design degree and an amateur photographer.   If you’re interested in seeing my work (although rather barren currently), please check out the ‘Sample Games’ link on the right.

I’m currently in SGD (Structure of Game Design) wherein everyone takes about 12 days to make a full game.  Not retail length of course, but something worth while none the less.  I’ll be posting that project here too once I finish it.  I am also currently working on a large scale side project with a number of class mates, but that one is a while out as we try to code it in between sleep and class.  I may post information on that one as we go through the development stages.

If you’re here for the Photography, don’t expect much.  I’m pretty busy these days, and my photography has taken the blow more than anything else.  I have been meaning to get out as of late, but updates will be sparse and far between.  My deviantART page is the most up to date you’ll find in so far as that goes.

If there are any up and coming coders in the audience, feel free to drop me a line with a question and I’ll try and find a proper answer for you.  I’m a student of code myself though, so I won’t pretend to have all the answers.

That’s all for now.  I’ll be in touch.