It turns out that I am really bad at publicising the cool stuff I do – so by forcing myself to create this site (and occasionally blog) means I’m allowed to feel slightly less bad about my lack of PR and instead reward myself with a splendid cocktail!
This week (well the week I wrote this page) I am describing myself as:
- Experimental Game Designer (based out of Birmingham Open Media)
- Maker of things for public spaces (generally with museums and galleries around the Midlands)
I’m very interested in collaborative games for public spaces – usually focusing on a magical experience (where the technology is hidden from the public).
I also build interactive things for and collaborate with galleries, libraries, archives & museums (GLAMs) operating under the name of Museum Games. This also involves working as an interpreter to explain what crazy technology is out there, how it works and what amazing things could be built with it.
Occasionally, these things align and I get to build experimental, collaborative game-like things for museums.
I’ve also shared a bunch of DIY Museum Tutorials which are aimed at the smaller museum who wants to add some cool technology to their space but is working on a tiny budget. To be honest – most of the larger museums are a bit strapped for cash too – so they might get something out of it too.
Thanks for stopping by…