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Perhaps you want to know about the man behind the metaphorical digital curtain. Sure, I'll spill, but you'll likely be disappointed. The details of my childhood are largely inconsequential, aside from the fact that it involved disassembling numerous household appliances and copious amounts of Bill Nye The Science Guy.

My middle school and high school years saw a steady decline in sunlight, as I discovered the addictive worlds of the Internet and video games. This was also the time that I started dabbling in the Half-Life game development community. It was in the second half of high school that I picked up most of my current hobbies. I took courses in programming and photography, which I've continued to pursue.

Early in my college years, I got involved in the open source movement. After a while, I also began contributing to different projects, such as Gentoo, GNOME, and Mozilla.

Stylistically, I suppose you could call me a minimalist. I usually go out of my way to come up with a simple, elegant solution that requires a minimal amount of effort to implement or execute. Some might call that lazy, but I agonize about the details beforehand, so I think it balances out in the end.

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Caligon Studios was created as an umbrella for all of my projects. What might that include? Right now I have projects in digital art, programming / open source, game design, and web design. I'll probably dabble in a number of other areas, but who known until I get around to it. But for now, I'll be putting up stuff once it's in a state I deem publicly presentable, and who knows how fast that will happen.

In short, this is mah stuff. Projects happen when they do, and stuff gets posted when it does. EOL.

If you were interested in hearing bout the studio as a formal workspace, I'm sorry to disappoint but I don't have one. Most of my work is done on my laptop, which goes with me pretty much everywhere. When I do need to setup a workspace (e.g. for photography), it's usually an impromptu setup built in my room from flashlights, copy-paper, and tape. So it's nothing really fancy, but it gets the job done.

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