Stephen began working on tabletop roleplaying games in 2000, when he became the RPGA editorial assistant at Wizards of the Coast, working on both Polyhedron magazine and Living Greyhawk Journal. Over the years, he’s administered the Living Greyhawk campaign, aided in the development of the D&D 3.5 Edition rules, was a developer for D&D 4th Edition and Star Wars Saga Edition, taught numerous game design classes in the Seattle area, painted a fair number of paint masters for the Dungeons & Dragons and Star Wars miniature lines, and contributed to the Pathfinder RPG Advanced Player’s Guide and Ultimate Magic as a freelance designer. He joined Paizo in 2010 where served he as a designer and later senior designer for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, managing and contributing to a sizeable stack of Pathfinder First Edition core books, as well as the Starfinder Roleplaying game, and Pathfinder Second Edition. He’s also the guy who designed the Pathfinder Flip-Mats and created the Pathfinder Flip-Tiles. Today, Stephen is a freelance designer who is also working on his on fantasy roleplaying game called Delve Roleplaying Game. You can find more information about Delve at www.delve-rpg.com, and you can back its Patreon at www.patreon.com/DelveRPG. Stephen lives in the Seattle area with his girlfriend, her daughter, an aging but still feisty cockatiel, and a couple of rambunctious kittens. In his spare time, he dreams of appearing on Drunk History to talk about the history of Dungeons & Dragons and its co-creator, Gary Gygax.