I have a theory that, you know, all creatives - we're all story tellers. And, uh, it's just that we work in different mediums. So, you know, I first started telling stories as a visual artist. You know, I would draw places that I wanted to go. Or, I would depict stories that I - that I felt like I would like to - to share with someone else. And, I don't think that's all that different from the way a dancer operates, or a musician, or an architect. You know, I think there are common concepts of, how do you take this emotional, uh, feeling. Or, this intellectual idea. And, express that through movement, or through visuals, or through sound. And, so I think that, you know, when I progressed from being a - a visual story teller to an interactive story teller, um, I'd - I’d already - I could bring across my skills, you know? Things that I'd learned, um, techniques that I'd learned on how to tell a story. And, how to - how to really boil a concept, or boil an emotion down to its - its core components. Um, and figure out how to translate that. I brought that in when I started telling stories interactively. And, I - I do think that it's very translatable, you know. And, um, so you just have to understand what the medium is. You have to understand that what the interactive medium is, is, you know, I'm setting up, uh, these certain play sets. And, the player is going to come in, and - and, participate. And, we're going to co-author this experience. Um, and there's - there's these amazing possibilities that arise because of this. And, um, it's - it's exciting. Because, it's not like films. And, it's not like books. And, it's not like music. It, you know, interactive media is - is unique.