In the beginning, this was just a blog that talked about all things Halo, a video game developed by Bungie. A few friends and I had started working on a small little video project based within the Halo engine, which we called Epsilon 5.
Years later, when Bungie did the unthinkable and made another video game that took over my life, I began converting this site from a tiny little blog to a website! Of course, this game I’m referring to is Destiny, and like many, I was quickly obsessed.
After using this site for clan-related content, such as keeping a gallery of screenshots and videos and tracking clan stats, I had started to add convenient guides and a “dashboard” that provided Weekly information. From there, I decided to make this a tool for fellow Guardians to help gain a better understanding of the Destiny universe, learn the base mechanics of the game, and be a central hub connecting other tools and sites created by the amazing Destiny community.
Shattered Vault started out as a mini-project to better understand web development. Shout out to friends and the third-party developer community within Destiny that provided inspiration and moral support over the years!
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I am a Canadian web designer, music editor, and an avid gamer!
Shattered Vault is my main project, designed to be a central hub of sorts to connect content from a variety of Destiny community members and developers and have it accessible in one place. This, driven by my passion for Destiny 2, is my way of contributing to the amazing Destiny community.
Outside of the online development front, I am currently a SharePoint Designer with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. Prior to that, I was a Real-Time Analyst with Agero.
My hobbies include music editing, playing video games such as Destiny 2, and photography.
Looking ahead, I plan on further expanding my knowledge with web design, leaning more into the web development sector, and understanding API integration.