I'm a programmer whose favourite thing to program is games. I was born in Singapore and raised (mostly) in Sydney. Growing up in a household full of gamers (which I would not change a thing about), my grades were not great, except for the first game I developed for a software development class in high school. I went on to study computer science and game development at DigiPen Institute of Technology in Singapore.
In 2017, I was a part of the founding team for No Moss Studios based in Sydney. My fondest moments there include exhibiting at PAX Aus 2017 & 18, mentoring high school students who joined us for their work experience week, and starting 'Play & Tell', a present-then-play style event for local game developers to mingle, share and playtest their games.
For a quick snapshot of my latest activity, check out my Now page.
I feel strongly about the impact of games on culture, and subsequently the influence it has on society. Now, I'm on a journey to better understand how games grow culture and how that might push the potential of what games can be.
I'm addicted to improv, bouldering, and aspire to be an amateur philosopher. Most people call me 'Zee'.