Digital Frontiers
Digital Frontiers
Marketing/Capture Artist
Orlando, United States


I take screenshots for both official marketing purposes (7yrs) and as a hobby (14yrs). Over time, i've been fortunate enough to work directly with developers, publishers and PR firms, supplying them with images used on things like store pages, game boxes, websites and social media, as well as in art books and magazines, at trade shows and GDC presentations, and even here, on developers Artstation pages. I've also done multiple fan commissions over the years as well. In addition to all of that, i often do previews/reviews/photosets of games on my personal site. Finally, i've consulted on in-game photomodes and contributed to smoke testing different titles while screenshotting them. I love taking screenshots and easily spend most of my free time doing just that.

Whether it's a small indie developer with 3 people, or a AAA studio, it's always a huge honor to work with such driven teams and to be fortunate enough to help represent their hard work to the wider public. I take each new game as serious as if it was my all time favorite and will work on it until the client pries it away from my cold dead hands (or says they have enough screenshots, whichever comes first).

This will be a place to show some of the official work i've done, along with similar examples, as well as a place to keep other galleries of games i just really connected with. All credit goes to the insanely talented developers who work day and night to give us these wonderful worlds to explore.

I've been taking and sharing screenshots since 2007 (the original BioShock is what pushed me to start) and around 2011, i started a blog dedicated to them. The last 11 years of running it (posting almost every day for most of that time, interacting directly with thousands of passionate fans of all kinds of titles, and continually seeing updated comments/metrics on every post) has given me an interesting insight into what kind of screenshots people gravitate to the most, and i always aim to include that into my thinking when doing official work.

I often get asked what kind of components i have in my work PCs, so here's a run down of what's in my 2 computers right now. I generally try to update my video cards every year/every other year, so i can keep pushing a game's visual fidelity as high as possible for screenshotting.

Newer/work PC:
-Corsair Carbide Air 540 Case
-Asus ROG Maximus XI Code
-Intel Core i9-9900KS @ 5.2Ghz
-Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB DDR4 3466
-EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid
-EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2 80+ GOLD 1300W Power Supply
-SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB - M.2 NVMe
-Western Digital 6TB Caviar Black HD
-Samsung SSD 860 EVO 2TB
-Corsair H115i RGB Platinum AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

Older/daily use PC:
-Corsair Carbide Air 540 Case
-ASUS Z97-Deluxe Motherboard
-Intel Core i7-4790K @ 4.7Ghz Cpu
-Nvidia GeForce Evga GTX 1080ti Hybrid @ 2000Mhz
-Evga 1000w G2 Supernova Power Supply
-Evga White Power Supply Cable Set Individually Sleeved
-Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB @ 2400Mhz CL10 Ram
-Corsair Hydro Series H105 Liquid Cpu Cooler
-Samsung 1TB 850 Evo SSD
-Crucial MX100 512GB SSD
-Crucial C300 128GB SSD
-Western Digital 6TB Caviar Black HD
-Western Digital 2TB Caviar Black HD
-Western Digital 1TB Caviar Black HD (External Backup)
-Western Digital 3TB Red HD (External Backup)
-Western Digital 3TB Green HD
-LG Bluray Drive
-3 Corsair SP 120mm High Static Pressure Fans
-2 Corsair 140mm Fans


Digital Marketing

Software proficiency

Unreal Engine
Unreal Engine