From 1995 to approximately 2001, Howard Liebeskind worked with Sony Computer Entertainment Incorporated and Sony Computer Entertainment America on a variety of projects (ranging from the Jet Moto franchise to Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back). During this time, he also worked with numerous other companies (many of which worked closely with Sony or Sony related products), such as Square Co., Hudson Soft, Enix Corporation, and 989 Studios (previously Sony Imagesoft).
Although Howard Liebeskind did work with THQ Inc. a few times during this period of six years, he began working almost exclusively on their games in 2001 with SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge. After this game, Liebeskind worked on teams involved with a variety of games, ranging from licensed television shows or movies to completely new intellectual properties (e.g. Space Channel 5, Jet Grind Radio).
He currently works at 505 Games.
Howard Liebeskind's credits in games vary, but generally tend to be closely related to creative services such as public relations, marketing, general game design, or general game and business support. Additionally, he has been in the special thanks for several games during his years working with Sony and their subsidiaries.