Clint Magzul attended Bloomfield College and graduated in 2015 with a B.A. in the Creative Arts & Technology department and a discipline in Game Development Design. He was part of the Game Development Club for three years and was the Lead Artist for one. During his senior year of college, he interned at Pixel Academy, an after-school educational program similar to Brooklyn NYC. Post-graduation, he became a full-time member of the Academy’s staff, and launched a new department to teach game development to advanced students. Clint has also worked for Nickelodeon (Nick JR) and Propeller Communications as a Contract Virtual Reality Developer, launching the Blaze and the Monster Machine Play Along videos as well as the Google Cardboard app, respectively. Clint has participated in several Global Game Jams, including Bless This Mess.
Clint is committed to professional development, always learning new techniques in Blender or Unity or brushing up on his C# coding skills. Lately, his interests have focused in 3D modeling and printing. In his free time, he enjoys playing Fortnite and studying game design.