At least, that is what my wife tells people when they ask about my puzzles. Truth be told, I started playing with twisty puzzles as a kid. Around 2006, my mom was cleaning out her basement, and gave me a box filled with my old puzzles. A month later, I was casting molds in the basement, and making my own puzzles.
Nearly 10 years later, I have invented 21 puzzles sold world wide.
When I'm not busy with puzzles, I run ultra marathons, work a full time job (I have a degree in Nuclear Engineering & Engineering Physics), spend time with my wife, and hang out with friends in Mensa.