Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Recent Uclan Games Design Graduates now in work!

Fantastic news!
So far in the space of a month since graduation lots of our recent graduates have already started work in the Games Industry!
Below are a few examples of their success.

Big congratulations to Saija Sipila has just started working as a junior artist at
Rebellion Video Games in Oxford.


















Well done to Ben Parr who is working at TT Games.




















and also Robin Demar,




plus Dec Troughton





and Ollie Hughes




and also Thomas Ip




In addition,
Congratulations to Jay Z Ashcroft for getting work at Sony Computer Entertainment




and to Steph Brookes who is also working at Sony Computer Entertainment





Then there's Samira Pritchard who's found work at ROQ IT

Well done Samira.




That's quite a list in such a short space of time!

Not only that but several other graduates are in the process of completing art tests and interviews and may be adding to this list very soon.

Good Luck Guys.
Keep in touch :)

 

Monday, 8 July 2013

Three more Games course Alumni Posters

Uclan Games Design course is really pleased to share three more of our Alumni posters.
Today we feature three more graduates who are enjoying work with successful companies,
Chris Kembry, OS Artist at 'Crytek' in Frankfurt,
Nik Hughes, Realtime Visualisation Specialist at 'Soluis Technologies'
and  Shaun Mooney, Concept Artist.
























Thursday, 4 July 2013

Uclan Games Design Degree Show 2013


The Games Design Degree Show was officially opened on Friday 14th June and it was a very lively and busy evening.
There was a broad variety of student work on show and guests flooded in to see the artwork banners, play the board games, meet the challenges of the playable levels and enjoy the atmosphere.There was a conglomeration of music, laughter and discussion across our large games studio where the show was held.
Once again , it was so obvious that there's a real community spirit in the Uclan games course, it's a great big family, where students share ideas and skills and enjoy playing and working together in a large community.

To make the night even more of a success, our games student,  
Andrea Wastlund was selected out of many contenders to receive the  
Creative Festival Design Award and was presented with an engraved glass trophy by Vice Chancellor, Dr. Malcolm McVicar for her achievement. 
This is the second year in a row that we have won this award for games design!

For those who were unable to visit the shows during the Creative Festival week,
below are examples of student banners from the private view of the Games Design Show 2013. These were exhibited alongside books, pitch documents, 3d prints and a medley of digital work displayed on screen.