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Jay Christopher Esparza worked on creating additional art for Fallout.

CareerEdit

Jay Christopher Esparza started in the gaming industry with Tachyon Studios, where he worked on Blood & Magic, Fallout, and two unpublished titles. In 1997 he joined Sierra On-Line, where he worked on Lighthouse, Collier's Encyclopedia, Police Quest: SWAT 2, and J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth. In 1999 Jay transferred to Berkeley Systems, to art direct on Orcs: Revenge of the Ancient. The title was never published. He worked on Rock & Roll Trivia for PC. Jay was promoted to Art Manager in 1999 but soon left the company in April, 2000. Jay spent two years as a Senior Art Director for Chiodo Arts and Themed Creations, a design studio specializing in Halloween consumer products and themed design.

Jay is currently working for Visual Concepts Entertainment, a subsidiary of Take Two Interactive, as the User Interface Design Lead for all 2K Sports titles.

Employment historyEdit

FromToCompanyRole
19971997Interplay Entertainment

CreditsEdit

Fallout seriesEdit

YearTitleCredited as/for
1997FalloutAdditional Art

Other workEdit

YearTitleCredited as/for
1996Blood & Magic
1998Police Quest: SWAT 2Graphics/Artwork
2002NFL 2K3Artist
2002NBA 2K3Additional Art Help
2003ESPN NFL FootballArtist
2004ESPN NBA 2K5Art Special Thanks
2005NBA 2K6Art Team: Art Special Thanks


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