Network Speaker Series – Kaitlin Tremblay
Cost: Free (Member Discounts Available)
New Media Manitoba is happy to announce our Network Speaker Series. This on-going series of presentations will showcase a diverse group of perspectives from experts in creative technologies.
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To kick-off the series we have Kaitlin Tremblay who is a writer and narrative designer at CAPY Games. She’ll be presenting strategies for nurturing (sustainably building and growing) narrative teams within studios, with a specific look at the role of community building and how team integration plays into this.
- Specific workflows
- Tools Narrative Designers use
- Challenges Narrative Designers face
Kaitlin will also answer questions in a moderated Q&A and the end of her presentation.
**Please note that this informative event will be hosted virtually. This gives everyone the chance to safely tune in. Event links will be provided two hours before the presentation begins.**
Kaitlin Tremblay – CAPY GAMES & DMG Toronto
Kaitlin Tremblay is a writer and narrative designer at CAPY Games. Previously, she was a Team Lead Narrative Designer at Ubisoft Toronto and the Lead Writer on A Mortician’s Tale (Laundry Bear Games, 2017).
Kaitlin is also a Co-Director of the video game non-profit feminist organization Dames Making Games, where she serves as DMG’s industry liaison and as a co-host for DMG’s narrative community-building workshops and events.
DMG is a not-for-profit organization that creates space for marginalized creators to make, play, and critique video games within a cultural context. They teach computing skills for artistic expression, offer production and exhibition facilities, and provide community support for the creation of new artworks.