with Allie John (yello brick) and Russ Morris (Big Fan)
It's nearly time for another Rabble Talks, the bi-monthly social event for creative peeps in Cardiff!
This time, we are talking all about games, including video games, street games, mass gaming events and mind games (just kidding on the last one!)
We'll have two guest speakers who have years of experience in the games industry for you to listen to, a smattering of games for you to play, a fully-stocked fridge of beers and plenty of chances to mingle, make new friends and have a laugh.
Freelance interactive developer Russ Morris has gone from being a games-loving kid to actually becoming a guy who makes award-winning games for today's kids (as well as creating high-end branded content and architectural visualisations).
Russ will be talking about how to use games to help you with creative processes, develop ideas and create real-time interactive content for any industry.
Allie John is a producer at yellobrick, a creative agency that makes immersive experiences through digital platforms and live events. She has a beautiful whippet called Bobby and a hatred of cotton wool.
Allie will explore how we can reclaim space both online and offline through games, play and making social connections. For the last seven years, Allie has been looking at how patterns, stories and games can be brought together to create unique experiences.
Meet the speakers
Alison John is producer at yello brick a creative agency that creates immersive experiences through digital platforms and live events. In the past yello brick has made an epic urban adventure game in the streets of Cardiff, a site specific storytelling app for cycle routes in Wales and an online interactive event for new opera audiences.
Allie likes tea, dislikes cotton wool and owns a whippet called Bobbi who will probably meet at Rabble (she likes things like that).
Russ is a former Product Evangelist at Unity and freelance interactive developer - making award winning games for kids, branded content for the likes of Cbeebies, England Rugby and Mumm Champagne and realtime architectural visualisations.
In this talk Russ will talk about how to use games tech to aide the creative process, help prototype ideas and create realtime interactive content across any industry.
Venue and ticket info
Rabble Studio is located in Cardiff Bay, 103 Bute Street to be precise (CF10 5AD). The entrance is through a big black door between Premier Store and Trumps Sandwich Cafe. Ring the buzzer then head up to the third floor.
Tickets are £6 each – we charge so that we can cover the costs of running the event. Tickets are non-refundable. As this is a ticketed event, so you'll need one before you arrive. Ticket sales end at 6:30pm on the day of the event.
Please feel free to bring something to drink (we also have some nice beverages) or some nibbles if you're feeling peckish.
If you've got any questions, drop Dan a line at email@example.com