I work in and between the fields of games, education, interactive art and science communication.
A print, play and post game that has you and your friends travelling the stars to escape a robot apocalypse.
An augmented reality app to help children learn numeracy using physical cards and adorable numbeanies
An interactive theatre experience where teams of four develop and execute a plan to steal a painting from an art gallery
An artwork about stars and our place amongst them, generated from the 8912 stars visible from Earth with the naked eye
An artwork about life and the paths it ventured down, generated from the Open Tree of Life: a database of 2.3 million species and their genetic origins
A minimalist meditation on the chaos of life, the universe and sub-atomic particle physics
A hybrid of an infinitely running bot and a puzzle game, complemented with sarcastic wit
One of the things I’ve come to really appreciate is the value of a good shelf: projects that you’ve made some significant progress on, but which don’t make sense to continue work on just yet. I even wrote a blog post about shelving projects.
Here, you can find such projects.
A minimalistic budgeting app, focusing on helping you to control your everyday spending
A game that teaches players to program a Quantum Computer, by having them tell stories about the inner lives of others.
I’ve had many blogs over the years - currently I’m writing at Medium. You can find a selection of my blog posts from across the internet below.
February 18, 2019
A postmortem of my Global Game Jam project
November 06, 2017
A deep dive into how I've chosen how to visualise quantum states