Faculty in the Video Game Design & Development program are dedicated professionals who are have achieved success and recognition in their field. Links to faculty members’ websites, which showcase their work and accomplishments, appear in the program’s faculty roster below.
A graduate of Computer Science and Mathematics from Ryerson University, Jean – Paul Amore has taught for several colleges/universities and has been at the International Academy of Design & Technology since 1999. During his professional career, Jean – Paul has managed and developed several video game, financial software and research and development projects.
David is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy in Performance and the Berklee College of Music in Film Scoring (magna cum laude). He has composed soundtracks for X-Men: Mutant Academy, the arcade classic Asteroids and Pitfall 3D. Credits include music for Ready or Not (Insight/Disney), Sex and the City, NFL on Fox and Access Hollywood. David is president of David Logan Music a licensed developer for Microsoft Xbox, Sony Playstation 1&2 and Nintendo GBA.
Domenico Caronzo is a graduate of Ryerson University’s Computer Science program and has been teaching at the Academy for several terms. He is a very well rounded individual who is always striving for perfection in what he does.
*Sessional Contracted Faculty
Game Launch Showcase
Wednesday 19 June 2013, 6:30 PM