The first time I knew I wanted to work in games is playing Sly Cooper as a young child. I loved that game so much that I played it front to back and front again, and knew then and there that gaming was a lifelong love for me. I continued to play and play games and watch gaming content, and in college I realized that I wanted to become a 3D artist.
One day, between paying my bills and deciding what to get for dinner I realized I was missing something in my life. I had a good job and I didn't hate it. I just did not love it. So, the first chance I got I enrolled in a 3D modeling class at my local community college and boom, I was hooked. It was love at first sight. After that day I never looked back. I quit my job and became a full time student. Four years later I completed a Bachelors degree and I have never been happier.