About the Handle:
Way back in grade school, a friend and I discovered the geeky world of role-playing games, thanks to a couple of incomplete modules and screens (and some dice) I acquired cheaply in a clearance sale. We invented fantasy personas, imagining ourselves to be a couple of knights or "paladins." I settled upon the moniker of "Jordan Greywolf," because I liked the sound of it (I had decided on "grey" as my favorite color, since nobody else seemed to care for it, and I thought wolves were cool). Later, when I would go on to do artwork for the high school newspaper, then for the college newspaper, I signed my artwork by that name - and I used it as a basis for online usernames. Back in the real world, I answer to either "Todd Peacock" or "Jordan Peacock." Or, "T. Jordan 'Greywolf' Peacock" if the mood strikes. I'm not terribly particular.
What I Do / What I've Done:
I've worked as a sculptor, a typesetter, a computer programmer, a technical support representative, and an illustrator. I'm presently employed at Ideas To Go, quite possibly the coolest place to work, ever. I am a word processing specialist and concept illustrator for a creative facilitation (aka "brainstorming") company.
In my spare time, I run role-playing games at my house with friends. I like miniatures games - especially the part about kitbashing, painting and occasionally sculpting the miniatures, and making scenery to go along with them. My other hobby interests include font design and illustration.