Podcast Episode 59: “Our Beliefs Should Come Out Naturally” with David and Brooke Condolora of ‘Burly Men at Sea’

David & Brooke Condolora, developers of Doggins and the forthcoming Burly Men at Sea sit down with Drew Dixon for the GameChurch Podcast Episode 59. David Condolora, a former Assistant Editor for Pixar left his career to found […]

Written by Jonathan R. Clauson / Published on February 27, 2016

David & Brooke Condolora, developers of Doggins and the forthcoming Burly Men at Sea sit down with Drew Dixon for the GameChurch Podcast Episode 59.

David Condolora, a former Assistant Editor for Pixar left his career to found Brain & Brain with his wife Brooke to pursue an idea of making games. The pair talk about the decision to leave a career that many people would fight for to take on the challenge of self employment in the unstable waters of mobile game development.

As with all our podcasts, the conversation turns from Doggins and Burly Men at Sea to the personal histories of David and Brooke. Did religion play a part in their lives and how do their beliefs now influence their view of game development and the industry at last. Drew talk to the couple about the misconceptions of “Christian” art and how personal beliefs can leak through any project.

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About the Author:

Jonathan Clauson started as an on-air producer and on-air talent for Clear Channel Radio. He graduated from Full Sail University and moved into marketing for EA Tiburon. He is currently the News Editor and Podcast producer for both GameChurch and Christ and Pop Culture.