I’m available to present workshops, appear on podcasts and panels, and for freelance performing, writing and game design work. I’m also available for friendly podcast and crowdfunding consulting to colleagues in the arts sector.
Below are some of the workshops I’ve already developed, but feel free to ask about other topics or variations on my current ones.
Dungeon Time – a fun workshop which combines drawing, storytelling and game design to create an easy-to-play roleplaying game you can play at home! This workshop can cater to ages 5-8, 9-12, teenagers or adults.
Pretending to Be an Elf – a beginner’s guide to playing roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons.
The Other Kind of Dungeon Master – a beginner’s guide to running roleplaying games as the “Dungeon Master”.
Definitely-Not-Bored Games – an introduction to modern boardgames. Covers everything from good games for beginners to picking the right games for your group and how to teach others to play them.
Conan the Librarian: Running Roleplaying Games in Public Institutions – a workshop for staff at libraries and other public organisations who want to support Dungeons & Dragons and other roleplaying games in their spaces.
Crowdfundamentals – a guide to the basics of running a crowdfunding campaign.
Podcasting 101 – how to plan and get started making your own independent podcast.
Social Media 101 – an introduction to professional social media for organisations or individuals, in conjunction with Anna Ahveninen.
Some of my previous talks are available online:
Ever Wanted to Rob a Bank? – the story behind the design and execution of Small Time Criminals, the hit live bank heist game created by Pop Up Playground. For Nerd Nite Melbourne.
I’ve spoken about several of my science heroes for the Laborastory: