Although DT dreamed of being a musician as a kid, he always had a knack for math and logic. This served him well when his older brother, Jason, started teaching him DOS; he enjoyed using this powerful new knowledge to get games to run on his old PC. Lacking enthusiasm for attending a four-year college, DT headed out to Los Angeles and found his way into the video game industry, beginning as a tester for Activision Blizzard and working himself up to project leader. After five years of what he describes as “an extremely fun but difficult job,” he returned to the Midwest to get his associate’s degree at DMACC. After graduating, he heard about the opportunity to work at Dymin and has been here ever since. He says he loves the challenge of continuously solving new problems.