Meet the Team
I’m Steven Baronti, and I’m a recent college graduate from SUNY Purchase with a degree in Computer Science/Mathematics. I have been playing games since I was 5, and always dreamed of make them. I realized I didn’t have to wait till after college to pursue my dream, so I came up with a game design, and scoured the internet for anyone who believed in me and might want to work with me.
I’m Bryan Mazariegos. I’ve dabbled in programming since I was 12. Sandbox style games were a direct inspiration for my pursuit of a game development career. I love working on projects and watching them reach full maturity. I play a few games, I’m a Jinx main in League of Legends and I love many of the games on the Nintendo Switch. Can’t wait to develop for it :3 Tech Geek to the very core!
Hi, I’m Teresa Memole. I graduated from SUNY Oneonta with a degree in Computer Art and a minor in Dance. As someone who loves gaming, especially RPGs, I hope to create conceptual art for game design in the future. It was an honor to be invited to work on Magic Match with such an amazing team of people.
I'm Anna Vanderpool. I have just graduated from SUNY Oneonta with a degree in Computer Art and Computer Science. I've always loved being a part of big projects like this, especially when it involves making video games. I enjoy doing all different kinds of art, so being a part of a small team where I get to do a bit of everything was perfect.
Hazel Noe is an intuitive internet marketer with a passion for design and detail. She helps make concepts come to life with both her online and offline skills. She also enjoys gaming every chance she gets during her downtime.
Hi, I’m Michael Rees. I’ve been a hardcore gamer my whole life, playing pretty much every genre of games out there. I met Steven over an online match of Supreme Commander 2, and we’ve played games ever since. Talking about game design quickly became our most popular discussion topic, so when he proposed we make our own game, I jumped on board immediately. It has been amazing to see this game go from concept to reality.