“Dress coded Closet”
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What I do all day at work?
I design and maintain puzzles and props for fun Escape Rooms!
I am heavily inspired by pop culture and the insane combined fantasy imagination of me and my friends who run an online ttrpg gaming community, The Purple Academy. I am one of their artist, producing Illustrations for various Dungeons and Dragons campaigns and adapting our main campaign into a web comic!
I also use all the skills I learned in Mouse Design League to help build and fix fun puzzles with Nerd Escape Room! Our escape rooms are packed with Arduino's and Raspberry Pi's galore which (when paired inside fun crafty props and secret rooms) provide hours of fun for players as they solve our hands-on mystery themed puzzle rooms!
Check out my art portfolio here!
Check out NERD Escapes here!
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Types of work that I do
Game Design, Multimedia, Visual Art & Design
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Culture/Heritage, Education/Schools, Entertainment
The best piece of career advice I've ever received
"Think of art and creating like layers of dirt. You need to get through the top layers of dirt before you find the gold at the bottom. Keep creating." Irene Koh (Illustrator for The Legend of Korra)
Your character design skills shine with the amount of fashion you illustrated for the game! More avatar models with diverse body shapes and builds could widen the target audience and grow the conversations of women's rights to our bodies. Amazing job designing the game!
Liza Stark is a designer, artist, and educator. She is currently the Sr Manager of Curriculum at Girls Who Code focused on bringing high quality, equity-focused CS curriculum to students across the US. Liza has also designed games and created playful learning experiences around the country with the Institute of Play, littleBits, and others. She nerds out with conductive thread often, most recently by stitching talking memory quilts. She has a toddler named Zelia who is way cooler than her.
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