This week's media consumption, a look at the media and art diets of our favorite industry personalities, speaks to conceptual artist and Bad Flip founder Ken Christiansen.
Ken has done conceptual art for a variety of games, starting with an internship at Big Bang Software (later Nintendo Software Technology), a stint at Disney Interactive (later Buena Vista Games), and now on a contractual basis.
Titles that Christiansen has been credited on include Ridge Racer 64, Pokémon Puzzle League, Kingdom Hearts, The Nightmare Before Christmas and Tron 2.0, among others, and is currently working on a top secret licensed property for Activision. He has also been featured in a Gamasutra Visual Art Gallery
You can now read the full Gamasutra feature
, and find out what sorts of media Christiansen has been devouring in the worlds of music, film, written word and games (no registration required, please feel free to link to this column from external websites).