Faculty and Staff
Game Development Instructor
James Stewart is a gameplay programmer who grew up in Shreveport. Over the last eight years, he has helped develop console titles for Stormfront Studios, LucasArts, and 2K Games. He is currently a senior engineer for Red Accent, a gaming startup in San Francisco. In addition to his day job making games, James also spent three years teaching game programming in California. He received his Master of Computer Science degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz, and a master’s degree in Interactive Technology from the Guildhall at SMU. He joined DMII in 2016 as an instructor of programming and game development.
When he’s not making games or teaching others how to make games, James enjoys spending time with his family.