Robert Denton Bryant

Robert Denton Bryant has worked in Hollywood in marketing and production, and in video games as both a publisher and a developer. He has been the executive producer of dozens of games on platforms ranging from CD-ROMs to the iPad, including the best-selling "World Championship Poker" and "Pinball Hall of Fame" console game franchises.

He has lectured on game writing at universities in the United States and Europe, and teaches in the Writers' Program at UCLA Extension as well as at Woodbury University in Burbank, California. He holds an MFA in cinema-television production from the University of Southern California and a BA in journalism from Washington and Lee University.