David Candland is an interface designer and artist for video games. He is currently employed by Bungie Studios. Born in 1971 and raised in Seattle, Washington, his first job was working for Microsoft as a 3D Movie Maker and art intern. He first gained interest in video games through the Marathon video game series, and after a great deal of work, he now works for Bungie. He is married to his wife, Marcy and has six children. His entire family was featured on the Collector's Edition and Legendary Edition of Halo 3, where Chris Butcher showed how and how not to set up a home network. David Candland is also Morman and lives near Seattle, Washington.

He was credited as a user interface designer for Halo: Combat Evolved and then user interface artist and user interface designer for Halo 2.

The DAVE Easter Egg in Halo: Reach displays "Dave" in binary code, which is a reference to David Candland.



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