Walled In was my first attempt at a non digital game. It appealed to me on a crafty side, asRead more
Like most others looking to work in this industry, games are a key interest. My love for games stems first from my love of books, with games now offering me the chance to make my own choices and lead the story in my own way. Games that allow the player to make their own choices and choose the direction of the story is something that inspires me heavily and I hope one day I could be part of making something that helps the player feel that same sense of awe and freedom that I do in the games I play.
From a young age I was raised to be a hard worker and have always strived to put my best foot forward in whatever I do. While I may suffer frustration, and maybe sometimes lose a little confidence in completing a challenge, I have learned to look to the end goal and try to achieve my best, no matter whether I’m climbing Ben Nevis, working towards a first place in a dance competition or learning a new skill in the workplace.
Despite the difficult times we have all faced over the last year, I have still found ways to continue doing what I love; creating games.
In my spare time I have enjoyed making quizzes and challenges for my friends to take part in over long distance calls, made roleplay escape rooms for online communities, and worked on my personal skills to help me grow as a person.
Prototyping was something that I wasn’t exactly looking forward to going into this project, that doesn’t mean I would notRead more
Everlasting is a three man project created as my last assignment in college and my first fully fledged game. InRead more
Descending was my first shot at a game pitch in full and on my own. With a prompt of usingRead more
Drive By Santa was a commissioned project from the Derby College staff and one that game from our main lecturerRead more