Riley Entertainment is a variety website where you'll find content related to gaming and independent game development.

This is also the home of my Exploring Winnipeg Parks website, where Winnipeggers can find maps, photo galleries, and transportation information for parks throughout the city of Winnipeg.

Eve Online

If you like exploring combat sites or special storyline missions in Eve Online, you'll find plenty of video guides both here, and on the main Riley Entertainment Youtube channel. I also produce video guides for event sites, and my thoughts on upcoming game patches and updates.

As of the summer of 2022, I'm inching closer to completing a comprehensive set of video guides for all high-security combat sites in New Eden -- with only Sansha's Nation and Rogue Drones remaining. By this time next year, I hope to have a similarly comprehensive set of guides produced for ship fitting guides, and a good start on Abyssal Deadspace.

Exploring Winnipeg Parks

Exploring Winnipeg Parks aims to become a comprehensive resource for Winnipeggers, and visitors to the city, looking to find parks for their family outings. This area of the website provides maps, transportation information, photo galleries, and links to external resources for public parks in the city of Winnipeg.

As of the summer of 2022, I'll be continuing to add dedicated park pages for St. James Assiniboia, Assiniboine South, River Heights, and Fort Garry. I hope to begin reaching out to neighbourhoods on the east side of the Red River before the end of the summer!

Game Development

This is the home of my current and future independent video games, developed in the C++ language. I have plans to build up a series of learn-as-you-go guides related to the CMake build tools, the SFML library, and a variety of game development tools such as the Tiled map editor.


I got the bug to create animated films after a friend got me a copy of The Movies by Lionhead Studios. Unfortunately this game was abandoned, and now only exists in various archives and blogs from its community members. Since then, a number of other machinima and pre-visualization tools have become available. Among the earliest spiritual successors was Moviestorm, which I plan to use should I become inspired to try my hands at animated filmmaking again.

Visit the Films section to watch my animated films from the 2006 through 2009 period.