In this special episode, Emily and Shawn sit down with Kyle Tallant, long-lost friend and now Associate Environment Artist at Hi-Rez Studios (Paladins, Smite, Rogue Company). Kyle shares his journey of finding out what he wanted to do with his creative talent and how he found a job with Hi-Rez, despite not identifying as a "gamer" himself. We take a look at the day-to-day lifestyle of working in the video game industry and learn some tips for how to get your foot in the door of a video game studio.
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