Let’s get the boring stuff out of the way. There are a couple rules to keep in mind when dealing with me :)
Can you elaborate? Seriously? Okay, there is Lexington, Fixed Perspective, Chronicles, Garden Wars, Telltale Heart, Professor Green and his Amazing Machine, Last Halloween, Paper Monsters, Not My Job, Garden Wars card game, and Power Spike. Those are the ones I can recall off the top of my head.
How would you describe yourself? Put it like this, I like words. I like the way they sound, I like their subtle shades of meaning, their power and their origins. I like make up words, roll them around on my tongue and see how they feel. I write sentence fragments, I often will use a sentence because I like the rhythm and cadence even if it doesn’t perfectly mesh with the sentences surrounding it, I write “email” without a hyphen, I am a big fan of the phrase “muymuy,”. I’m lucky if I use the proper kind of punctuation, and I have a love-obsession with the comma.
I like to put words together, occasionally they even make sense. I often write nonsensical fantasy and science fiction, or short flash fiction about dogs, cybernetic mummies or canine detectives that shouldn’t exist. Kind of like the Wonder Twins if they had more imagination.  I’m not sure you call what I do writing, but it’s the closest description I can come up with.
I firmly believe a sentence can end with prepositions or begin with “and”. I believe adverbs should be used as often and as liberally as possible.
But I’m not a writer. At least not by my definition, instead I call myself a Storyteller. Why? Well, to be honest I tell stories. Be they in prose, games, videos, code, photos, paint, clay, crayons, podcasts, plastic dinosaurs or whatever medium and method I use. I’m trying to tell a story. It might be a simple as I like apples or as complex as how a dog is the center of a global prophesy and destined to change the entire world. (Literally.) So no, I’m not a writer. Or an author. I’m a creator. An artist. An imagineer. Is that a word? It is now ;)