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Brian Hess

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Brian Hess
Brian Hess.jpg
Biographical information
Title(s)
  • Level Designer
  • Writer
Time period

2000 – December 2004[1]

Nickname(s)

Wendigo[2]

Brian Hess is a level designer and writer who worked at Gearbox Software.

Biography[edit]

Brian started level design by creating levels for Doom and Quake. He studied at University of Virginia where he graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts. He moved to Texas to join Gearbox as a level designer in 2000. He worked on Half-Life: Opposing Force Capture The Flag and Half-Life: Decay. He is also credited as a writer for Half-Life for PlayStation 2.[2]

Selected gameography[edit]

Company biographies[edit]

Brian Hess - Level Design
Brian comes to us fresh from the University of Virginia, where he narrowly acquired a bachelor's degree in Studio Art. As his alter-ego, "wendigo", he is known from his contributions to such projects as "QuakeRally" and "X-Men: Ravages of Apocalypse" in addition to the ever-enigmatic "Blahbalicious". Brian also thinks he's a lot better at Doom 2 deathmatch than he really is.
Brian Hess - Level Design
Brian comes to us fresh from the University of Virginia, where he narrowly acquired a bachelor's degree in Studio Art. As his alter-ego, "wendigo", he is known for his numerous contributions to such projects as "QuakeRally" and "X-Men: Ravages of Apocalypse" as well as the ever-enigmatic "Blahbalicious" movie for Quake. For Gearbox, Brian worked on OpFor CTF and content for the PlayStation 2 version of Half-Life. He also thinks he's a lot better at Doom 2 deathmatch than he really is.

References[edit]

  1. Li icon.png Brian Hess on LinkedIn
  2. 2.0 2.1 Brian Hess' biography on Gearbox's official website (January 10, 2001) (archived)

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