A monstrous kind of work

In 1991, 19-year-old Wellingtonian Steve Moore headed to the United States, where he studied art and hoped to one day work for Walt Disney studios. Seventeen years later, he's a senior artist at one of the world's hottest video-game development studios, Insomniac Games in Los Angeles.

Moore, who still has a hint of Kiwi in his American accent and admires Peter Jackson for setting up Weta Workshop, has worked on PlayStation 3 games such as Ratchet and Clank: Tools of Destruction and more recently on first-person shooter Resistance 2, the sequel to Resistance: Fall of Man, a game still considered by many as one of the must-have PS3 games.

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