A Brief summary about me - Jose was born in New York City and attended Parson The New School Of Design, receiving a B.F.A in Design & Technology in 2019. His body of work discusses relevant societal topics about social and political issues that affect unrepresented minority. In his work, he incorporates these issues in an interactive experience that emerge the user to feel an emotional connection in either a Virtual Reality or Game environment space using narrative and architecture. His focus point is to bring these controversial topics to the forefront, as a minority he finds himself feeling powerless without a voice, and believes in using games or interactive experiences to tell a unique narrative that can impact individuals to gain a voice within themselves. He finds the game design medium most compelling due to the inherent nature of it, immersing the user. Used wisely, merging technology with real issues that can promote greater change, is his goal. His recent work has been shown in exhibitions like the Games For Change Festival 2017, Baby-castles 2017, NYC Media Lab 2017 and Play-crafting Game Expo 2017.
Focus points as a Designer - An ambitious problem solver with a passion for game development and interaction design & media, and who would like to join a team of like-minded developers. I have much experience of creating logical and innovative solutions to complex problems. I am thorough and precise in everything I do and has a keen interest in technology, mobile applications, and user experience. 
Who Am I - I love to take photos and practice photography in my spare time, while also traveling to the exotic parts of the world experiencing new cultures and their way of life. When I'm not traveling the neighboring states, I play a lot of video games like League of Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, The Division, Dark Souls series and a lot of Indie game. I have a very humorous personality, the one thing you should know about me, is that I love Burritos with a ViVi Bubble Tea beverage. 
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