I am a narrative designer and games researcher with a focus on worldbuilding. I am passionate about story-driven games with unorthodox mechanics. Scroll down to see what I’m working on!
My most recent project is The Archipelago, a narrative game about tea and trauma that I am developing as part of the Brainmind residency.
As part of the Gamma Space Co-op, I designed the narrative and provided the writing for the Reel Big Phishing Trainer, an educational game for Humber and Seneca Colleges in Toronto.
I create worldbuilding games and tabletop RPGs that I integrate into my narrative design process. I used my multiplayer card game One Hour Worldbuilders to develop the setting for The Archipelago.
I have programmed several short projects with small teams. This work has taught me how to effectively communicate with programmers and other tech-focused teammates.
I am committed to creating more diverse and inclusive spaces in games. I currently serve on the board of directors of the Queerness and Games Conference. In my free time I organize inclusive and radical game jams.
I believe that by changing the ways we build worlds, we can make those worlds more inclusive, vivid and resonant. This drives my work as a narrative designer and as a researcher working on my PhD in media studies at the University of Chicago. As a nonbinary transgender person, my perspective inspires my goal to make games that reflect marginalized people.
If you want to hear more of my thoughts on worldbuilding,
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To see and play my games you can also check out my Itch page.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, you can find me on Twitter.
If you like my work, please get in touch! I’m always open to new opportunities and collaborators.