As a college student with a dual major in computer science and fine arts, Louis Castle would spend countless hours creating digital paintings. But even artists have to pay the bills. Along with Brett Sperry, Castle started Westwood Studios in 1985, in the modest environs of Castle's converted garage. Since then, Castle's versatility has led to juggling several crucial roles within the company, from design guru to finance whiz to overseeing all of the company's operations.
Castle contributed to the "Is Corporate Creativity an Oxymoron?" panel.