Will Gee Gee
Will Gee got his start in the games industry in 1997 at Microprose Software, where he contributed to titles such as "European Air War", "X-Com Enforcer", and "Dungeons and Dragons: Heroes". In 2003, he co-founded Digital Steamworks, a 3D software developer that built software for Fisher-Price, GE, DARPA, and the NFL, among others. In 2015 he co-founded Balti Virtual, a creative studio that has created AR/VR experiences for clients including Under Armour, PayPal, Stanley Black and Decker, Sagamore Development, and NBCUniversal. He was recently honored as one of the Baltimore Business Journal's "Tech10".