"Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words."

- Mark Twain

Do you remember the kid who would sit in the middle of the class and humble brag about their vacation to the Mykonos or Jamaica or Paris?

That wasn't me. 

What about the kid who was great at sports and everyone really liked them?

Also not me.

Hi, my name's Grace McClintock and I'm here to tell you about the awkward kid who once got in trouble for reading Stephen King's Dolores Claiborne in a seventh grade math class. That kid grew up into an equally awkward adult who decided to wander into the world of game design willy-nilly one day and never came back.

That kid is me.

Currently, I'm a Senior at the DigiPen Institute of Technology pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Game Design. I'll be graduating in Spring of 2020 with said Bachelors degree and three minors, because why choose just one? I primarily focus on Narrative Design, though I'm also a fan of Encounter and Level Design.

You can usually find me with my dog, watching true crime and conspiracy theory videos. My dog and I are still trying to figure out what happened to JonBenét Ramsey, but we've pretty much agreed on the outcome of D.B. Cooper (spoiler: he died).