What has been the most constructive piece of advice you've been given and by whom?
"When starting a project make sure you complete it. You don't want to get into the bad habit of not completing projects." Recently though I've started sketching out ideas and not completing them, but I'm not sure if that counts; it's not "really" a project if I don't at least have a design and a set direction. This gem of advice was given to me by a programmer and it's pretty much a rule of conduct now.
Having to sit all day in front of the computer screen is hard on your eyes as well as your back, so occasionally we here in the office take time out and play a bit of pool. What sort of things do you do to help break up the day?
I used to work close to some local batting cages and every so often on my lunch break I'd go to the cages and swing the bat.
Well Abraham it was a pleasure chatting with you today and I wish you all the best at EA. One last question before we wrap this up: if you were given a brief to create a character of yourself (having full rein to exaggerate anything to fit your personality), what would it be like?