I’m Heath Robinson. I am writer, a game designer, and I am one of the co-founders of Infinite Black. I have been writing stories for as long as I can remember. As a kid, I would write out, I was writing whole novels written out in long hand, I had binders full of the pages that I had written and those stories were highly inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien. I’ve been a Tolkien fan, also, basically as long as I can remember. It was kind of a tradition in my household that as soon as you were old enough to understand, even if not read it for yourself, you had The Hobbit read to you. And, so, I remember Mother reading me The Hobbit when I was pretty young, maybe second grade I think. I got away from that for a while though. I went to college for geography and I did my Ph.D. and then I went on to be a college professor for about four years, but once I was working as a professor I decided that I wanted to pick up writing again, and I was working on that kind of as a hobby. Another thing that I was doing during that time was starting to develop games. My brother and I really wanted to do a project together and so we developed the board game War of Kings, and the goal was to take it to Kickstarter and get it funded and get the game produced. And we did that. And I really became very interested and really fascinated with that whole idea of being able to go from zero, just an idea, all the way to a finished project, and so after we had done War of Kings, we wanted to keep going. So I’ve done lines of terrain systems, TerraTiles, and then I did Incantris, a second board game. And then I started working with David, and we did Elder Dice, and that project basically launched Infinite Black, and I am getting to go back and work with my writing again. So, it won’t be just a hobby anymore. It is actually going to be an integral part of what we are doing and what we are developing with Infinite Black. And so I am really looking forward to crafting the world through the writing and getting that out to everyone.