W.A.S.D took place earlier this month, and even if you couldn’t make it down to London’s Tobacco Dock to join us in person, that doesn’t mean you’ve missed out. (Or at least not entirely.) We’re uploading the talks from the event to our YouTube channel so you can catch anything you didn’t get to see, and today that’s a session with the folks at London Game Festival’s Ensemble showcase.
Ensemble is a showcase that highlights UK video game developers from Black, Asian and underrepresented ethnicities. (You can check out more details about the annual showcase on the London Games Festival website.) Hosted by University of the Arts London game design lecturer Thom Kaczmarek, the panel offers three current and former Ensemble members a chance to talk about their work and their experiences in the industry.
Those panellists are Jade Leamcharaskul, audio producer at Silver Rain Games, Leah Muwanga-Magoye, story lead at Die Gute Fabrik and narrative designer at Netflix, and Taiwo Omisore, a mobile app and videogame developer.
You can see the panel in full below.
Earlier this week, we also highlighted Ali-A’s talk on the business of content creation and uTure, a new weekly challenge show for aspiring creators.