I’ve been a fan of Kent Bye and his excellent podcast Voices of VR for ages, and after my talk at the The Immersive Design Summit this weekend I finally got to be interviewed for it! I’ve been a fan for ages, and I really admire Kent’s insights and his mission to explore, experience, and educate. Listen to my interview here (and subscribe to Voices of VR while you’re at it).
Really excited to announce that I’ll be speaking at the first-ever Immersive Design Summit in San Francisco! I’m doing a presentation on environmental narrative and storytelling in a session with Jarrett Lantz and Jeff Leinenveber of Scout Expedition Co., creators of The Nest. I’ll be sure to share more from the session and event afterwards. For now, I just keep getting more and more excited as the lineup takes shape.
I did a new version of a post I’d written on this blog and formatted it for Medium. Give it a read here and be sure to “clap” it if you like it so that more fans of this sort of immersive work can find it.
Although the end of 2017 and the start of 2018 is shaping up to be a busy year, I’ll be writing periodically on Medium, so please follow to subscribe if you’re interested in seeing more.
I caught up with my dear friend Mink Ette on her podcast Fun Times With Great People, where we talk about Halloween, what it means to be creepy, and spookiness in escape rooms. Plus, Mink agrees with me that possums are the best animals of all time! Give it a listen.
I’m so tired and proud after the PIGSquad Halloween fundraising stream. It was so much fun! In the end, we raised over $1,000 and streamed for 14.5 hours. It was the first time we’ve ever done something like this and it was a great success. Continue reading