It all started in October 2014. I was working as a technology consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. One Saturday afternoon, I wrote a short story about a man searching for love on Tinder, a popular mobile dating app.
By nightfall, the story grew larger and its plot, more complex. Soon, I deduced that prose was no longer the most compelling format through which to present my work. I felt that my story was yearning to escape from the Word document on which it was born.