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Our Industry Week 2018 Highlights

What a fantastic week Industry Week was! We welcomed 69 influential guests from Film, TV, Music and Games who gave our students a week to remember. Timetables were ripped up and replaced with tasters and fantastic insight into the most exciting and competitive creative industries in the world. Have a look through our highlights from the week…do you agree?

Vicky McClure – Made in Notts

BAFTA award-winning actor, Vicky McClure had a great chat with filmmaker Fenn O’Meally about her career, from learning and developing in Nottingham, to discussing the new Action Team series she stars in, which is airing on ITV2.

vicky mcclure - made in notts

So you want to be a Music Promoter? – Justin Turford, Bru-C (Krudd Events), Kath Pryer (Detonate) & Will Robinson (I’m Nott From London)

We had three of the biggest event promoters in Nottingham (and beyond) to share their secrets for putting on the best events. Our students were fascinated hearing stories about behind-the-scenes of some of the most popular events in Notts.

Promoter Panel

Frank Benbini – The Performing and Touring Beast

By the end of Frank’s talk, he was a favourite with our students. The multi-platinum artist revealed what it’s like to be on the record-tour-record cycle, speaking about touring the world and recording with some of the best names in the music industry.

“When you’re waiting from month-to-month for a gig, with no income, that’s when you start to get anxious, so don’t stop, keep yourself active!”

frank benbini

Andy Copping – Putting on the Download Festival

Festival booker and promoter Andy gave great insight into the running of live promotion at its highest level. He spoke about the hugely popular Download festival, his life and promoting live events.

andy copping download festival

Music Expo

Back again after last year’s success, the Music Expo showcased the best manufacturers for our students who were able to chat to, while trying out some of their amazing products. Some of the best names in the business came including Focusrite, Pioneer DJ, Novation, Audient, Synthetic Pro Audio, Synthax Audio and Aston Microphones.

Jack Goode won Novation’s competition and received a Launchpad MkII!

music expo

Games Expo

Nottingham is well known as the world capital of tabletop gaming with a tremendous amount of Games companies setting up in and around the City over the years. This year, for the first time, we showcased this vibrant and exciting industry with a Tabletop Gaming Expo day.

games expo

Conner Turner and Youngman – Songwriting Masterclass

These songwriters/producers taught our students just what it takes to take your songwriting skills to the next level in our brand new Contemporary Music & Live Events Hub. Getting the listeners attention, inviting them into your song and keeping them there for long enough is vital for your song to become “their song”.

youngman and conner turner

VFX Industry Panel – Phil Attfield, Steve Wright & Jason Halverson

Our students heard from some of the best names from visual effects as they gave an insightful talk about breaking into the industry. If you attended this event, you’ll be better prepared to forge out a successful career in VFX after listening to their top tips. VFX artist Steve Skyped us all the way from Denver, Colorado!

vfx panel

Al Clark – A Level Playing Field

It’s not very often you get to hear the secrets of success from Nottingham’s most successful film company. Well, that’s what happened during Industry Week when Al from Wellington Films came and gave a great talk about how the company has been so successful.

al clark - wellington films

Joe Dickens – Gamer Gamer with Imran Yusuf, Inel Tomlinson and David Longley

We were provided a top night of weirdness and gaming fun from a few top comedians to finish Industry Week. Funny was an understatement as our students got involved in this 18+ game show – a retro showdown filled with battles, banter and laughter.

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Confetti Live – #IW18 Closing Party

We ended Industry Week with a bang! Fans of DJs, beatboxing, bands and singers were treated to a mix of incredible local artists including beatboxer Motormouf, and Confetti students Black Cats & Magpies, Clonk! and Holly Taylor Gamble.

confetti live closing party iw18

Want to be part of Industry Week 2018? Find out more about our creative college courses and degree courses and book an open day.

BBC Radio 1Xtra record Nottingham’s finest in our Contemporary Music & Live events Hub

On Friday 2 March, BBC Radio 1Xtra came to Nottingham to shine some light on the hottest music talent our great city has to offer. DJ Target and his team came to Confetti and used our fantastic new Studio 2 in our new home for music and live events! Listen to the episode on BBC iPlayer.

Thanks to the combined efforts of our music tutors, our student engineers and BBC Radio 1, the session was a complete success. It was produced by Industry Week favourite Andy Rogers who was supported by FdSc Audio and Music Technology students Alex Hummel and Max Jeffries, acting as assistant audio engineers. DJ Target hosted the session and showcased a wealth of local talent made up of; Ady Sulieman; Young T & Bugsey; Bru-C; Joel Baker; HEX; Jah Digga; Snow667; and 0115 Mob! 

“We were over the moon to welcome BBC Radio 1Xtra to our brand-new studio only a month of being in the Contemporary Music and Live Events Hub. We had students engineering for one of the most experienced producers of radio sessions in the world, Andy Rogers, and they showed him what they could do, and very much held their own! The students, staff and, of course, the studio itself demonstrated what a world-beating learning environment Confetti is: high-end industry, excellent staff supporting unique student opportunities.” John Meredith, Music Curriculum Leader

Bru-C
Bru-C
DJ Target
DJ Target with Jah Digga and Trever Rose.
Ady Suleiman
Ady Suleiman
Joel Baker
Joel Baker

DJ Target was mightily impressed with what Nottingham had to offer:

“Nottingham is a city bubbling over with creative talent and the music scene is a very diverse one. Being able to take our show to the city and really get amongst the artists we’ve already supported was amazing and it’s always great to find new acts that we didn’t know of previously. That’s what the city focus is all about.”

WATCH: Ady Suleiman plays an acoustic version of ‘Need Somebody To Love’ during the ‘City Focus’ show.

Our Contemporary Music and Live Events Hub has only been open for a month, but we’ve already recorded music that has been listened to on national radio, and is currently being listened to globally on BBC iPlayer…a fantastic achievement for everyone involved!

If you’re interested in our music college-level or degree courses, sign up for our open day and explore our facilities.

MA Commercial Songwriting and Production student Duncan receives sought-after bursary from Marshall Records

duncan tileyard ma

Are you thinking about continuing your studies after completing your Bachelor’s degree? Along with our postgraduate courses delivered at Confetti, you can also apply to study MA Commercial Songwriting and Production at our friends, Tileyard Education, in their London studios. Tileyard Studios is the largest music community in Europe, and their students are already making a strong impression.

Duncan Brookfield, a student on MA Commercial Songwriting and Production, kicked off his Tileyard Education journey in style as he became the first-ever recipient of the much sought after bursary from Marshall Records – and it was certainly well deserved. His track record is impressive, with over 3 million streams on Spotify for his solo work and a strong social media presence to boot. Having been gigging in London since he was a teenager, he’s been making connections all over the music scene, has been involved in countless projects, has played in various bands, and has been honing his own production skills all at the same time.

He’s currently producing fellow student, Chloe Rona’s new music and they are now working with Tileyard’s Jo Hart and Hart Media to launch a PR campaign in the coming months. They were introduced to Jo as part of the MA course, and it’s great to see that they’ve decided to take things further and work together on a professional level.

Like Confetti, Tileyard encourages integration between their students and the Tileyard community, and Duncan has found that studying there has not only given him fantastic opportunities to collaborate with fellow students but also to network with the professionals within the industry (e.g. BBC Amplify, Notting Hill Music @ KOKO).

“The MA course is super relevant to me, and has given me a lot of extra knowledge and confidence. The tutors are fantastic too, and they are always more than happy to give me feedback and constructive criticism. I also love that I can test out my material at the jam nights in the Vinyl Cafe, which is really helpful for developing as an artist. Tileyard is an inspiring place to be in, the facilities are amazing and it’s extremely professional but also friendly and inclusive.”

Duncan has already sparked the interest of Tileyard Music, which could potentially lead to more songwriting projects and collaborations.

Steve Tannett of Marshall Records has been working closely with Duncan during the first two terms of the MA course. Steve was impressed by Duncan’s approach to music, his work ethic and professionalism, and said, “Duncan is an opportunist, he’s inspiring and we’re proud to be sponsoring him.”

duncan tileyard ma

So far Marshall Records have given Duncan the fantastic Marshall CODE 50 guitar amp, as well as the opportunity to film a live session at their flagship studios. There may also be opportunities to collaborate with existing Marshall Records artists at their writing camps, on top of which, Duncan will be heading to Nashville to write with the team at Palmer Global Ink. Other current projects include playing bass for the alternative band, Black Ashes, and also playing drums for indie-rockers, Pure Youth.

If you’re interested in developing your skills further and would like to know more about MA Commercial Songwriting and Production at Tileyard Education, email admissions@tileyardeducation.co.uk.

OptiTrack Motion Capture Technology has been Installed in our Green Screen Studio

OptiTrack Motion Capture

We’re delighted to announce that the new OptiTrack Motion Capture Suite has been installed in our 37m² Green Screen studio at our Film and TV hub Space 2. The system will ensure our students get the best animation data for their future assignments.

What is it?

OptiTrack has become the motion capture technology of choice for production character animation. Eight Prime-13 cameras, Motive software and motion capture suits combine to deliver the best-performing platform in motion capture.

Our new suite

The suite features the newest iteration of the Motive:Body motion capture software with fantastic new features including powerful self-calibration; two motion capture suits with full 35 marker points of animation; and eight Prime-13 cameras to ensure the markers have the best coverage in our space.

OptiTrack Motion Capture Suit
OptiTrack Motion Capture
Prime camera setup in our green screen studio.
OptiTrack Motion Capture
Prime 13 camera in position.

Our BSc Games Production students will be working with our technical teams to ensure the system is fully calibrated, resulting in the best possible setup for capturing animation data for their projects.

Want to learn about motion capture technology? Check out our college-level or degree courses. If you’re interested in our courses, sign up for an open day and explore our facilities.

We’re in our brand new home for music & events!

studio 2

On Monday 29 January, we opened the first studio in our Contemporary Music & Live Events Hub and welcomed the first lot of students in. Our FdSc Audio and Music Technology students moved their recording sessions into Studio 2 and made full use out of the live room, vocal booth, editing suite and control room.

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Rehearsing in the live room.
studio 2

The studio features a hybrid analog/digital setup and includes custom Exigy monitors in the mainfield along with PMC Twotwo.6 in the nearfield. We went in the rooms before anyone else did and captured it all for you to see!

Check out our 360 images of each room below:

Note: Drag the image to explore the room. If you view on mobile, you can use it as a Virtual Reality headset.

Control Room

Live Room

Editing Suite

Vocal Booth

Our new home for music and live events will focus on music production and performance, and live technical events education. The 38,500 sq. ft. complex, designed by U.K. firm White Mark, features music studios, rehearsal rooms, editing suites, social spaces and an auditorium.

Want to study in our brand new home for music and live events? Check out our college-level or degree courses, sign up for our open day and explore our facilities.

Our top Confetti moments of 2017…it’s been pretty special

After another fantastic year in the Creative Quarter let’s have a look at our favourite moments from the previous 12 months. Read on to find out why this year was our best yet; from a record number of students at Nottingham’s biggest outdoor festival to the first Degree Showcase held at our TV & Film hub Space2.

1. Another Great Industry Week

Industry Week 2017 Nick Broomfield

We welcomed over 70 guests from across film, TV, music and games for Industry Week 2017. These included Emmerdale favourites Roxy Shahidi & Sammy Winward, a masterclass from the world-renowned Director of Photography Philip Bloom, Playstation Access Channel Manager and Industry Week favourite Hollie Bennett and legendary documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield.

Our closing party was headlined by famous AV producer DJ Yoda after he finished his lecture in Space2. We can’t wait for Industry Week 2018!

Read our Industry Week highlights.

2. The First Degree Showcase at Space2

We welcomed family, friends and industry professionals to our dedicated TV & Film hub – Space2 – to watch, listen, test and play the fantastic work of this year’s graduating degree students.

From games designers and TV and filmmakers, to music producers and sound engineers – our students didn’t disappoint and our VIPs we’re highly impressed, including our TV & Film ambassador Vicky McClure and the Sheriff of Nottingham!

Read our Degree Showcase review.

Confetti Degree Showcase

3. Breaking Records at Splendour Festival

splendour festival billy ocean 2017

Last year’s record-breaking numbers in terms of student engagement were smashed again at Nottingham’s biggest outdoor festival – Splendour! This year we had over 120 students from across both college and degree courses working in over 209 different roles – our most ever! Many of you worked hard both in the days leading up to the festival and throughout the day to make sure stages were set and some of the world’s biggest names in music were ready to perform.

Splendour celebrated its tenth year with amazing performances from Kaiser Chiefs, Busted and Billy Ocean amongst many others.

Read our festival round-up.

4. The Student Christmas Party

Earlier in December, our Level 3 Technical Events students ran a fantastic Christmas Party at Rescue Rooms which was the perfect end of the calendar year.

The night was full of awesome music from legendary DJ producer DJ Fever to former Confetti band Super Furniture – all supported by our amazing student performers. With the additions of our student DJs, unlimited free burritos and game console battles, the event was a huge success.

Relive the Christmas party.

christmas party 2017

5. Taking over Hockley for Celebrate

Celebrate 2017

When our college students hosted an exhibition to celebrate their amazing work around the local area. Many of you went offsite to display work at Broadway Cinema, The National Videogame Arcade and Rough Trade. 

The event was a fantastic day for our students as they prepared for higher education or the world of employment!

6. Becoming University of the Year

When our partners Nottingham Trent University became University of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards 2017. These prestigious annual awards celebrate the outstanding contributions and achievements of UK universities.

As a degree student at Confetti, you’re now studying at an institution recognised for its exceptional teaching, research, student support, entrepreneurship, collaborations and outreach.

Find out more.

NTU Student Union

7. Winning big at the Young Creative Awards

Nottingham Young Creative Awards

A record number of our creatives submitted their work to meet this year’s theme of ‘Nottingham, Future City’ which gave young people the platform to show everyone where they think Nottingham should be heading, in a creative way.

For the second year in a row, Confetti students dominated the Animation & Media category walking away with four awards. Our former student Davon Walker won in the Music category, and our students’ work was also highly commended in the FilmPhotography and Visual Arts categories.

Find out more.

8. The start of Confetti Live

In February we took over The Bodega to host the very first Confetti Live. Alternative rock band Babe Punch headlined the event with support from our FE & HE Music Performance students.

That successful night has grown into a regular event which has seen 35 acts perform across 6 events in Nottingham. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for next year’s set of events and if you haven’t been to one yet, make it your new year’s resolution!

Find out more.

Confetti Live - Black Cats & Magpies

9. The Cave Discovery

cave inside

When builders excavated land for our new £9.1m Digital Media Hub, they uncovered a network of caves that completely changed Nottingham’s history from the medieval period right through to the 19th century.

This area of the city centre has never been archaeologically excavated and has provided important new information about what was happening immediately outside the town up to 700 years ago.

Check out some images from the caves.

10. TV & Film student Ellie's award-winning documentary

Level 3 TV & Film student Ellie produced an amazing documentary that highlighted the important work taking place on the cardiac unit at Glenfield Hospital.

Not only did she receive attention from the BBC but also recognised at the Nottingham Post Heroes awards as she was chosen winner in the Bright Young Things category.

Watch the documentary.

After such a great year we can look forward to creating new memories and exciting moments in the new year.

Want to be part of Confetti in 2018? Apply for a college or degree course now! You can request a prospectus and if you want to explore our facilities, book a place on our next open day.

Foundation Degree Vs. Honours Bachelor’s Degree – What’s right for you?

Music Technology Confetti

Here at Confetti we offer degree courses from foundation level right through to postgraduate (masters), making sure you have the right education and skills to boost your creative career.

When it comes to choosing the degree you’d like to study you might want to know what course is best suited for you. In this blog we’re going to explain what separates a foundation degree from an honours degree and what makes each unique. Hopefully, after reading this you’ll be able to decide what type of degree you want to study at university.

Foundation Degrees

Our foundation degrees are shorter degree courses which are roughly equivalent to two-thirds of an honours degree and can be completed in two years of full-time study. They’re widely recognised qualifications in their own right and can help you get the career you want in the creative industries. They are designed to be industry relevant and are endorsed by industry – offering you the opportunity to frame your practical experience alongside more academic aspects of the course.

Honours Bachelor’s Degrees

A three year bachelor’s degree is a great choice if you’re looking to gain a full Level 6 qualification. With a higher UCAS tariff – this type of degree is perfect for you if you prefer a more theoretical approach to your studies combined with significant elements of practice. After graduating you’ll be able to progress onto a postgraduate course or start your creative career.

Topping up your existing qualification

Once you’ve completed a foundation degree you can choose to go out into industry or many of our students decide to further develop their skills and top up their qualification. At Confetti you can easily turn your foundation degree into a full honours degree by joining our new BSc courses by direct entry into year 2 or 3, depending upon your qualification and experience. This makes our foundation degrees a good choice if you’re unsure about your subject and want to ‘test’ it out before committing to a full three years.

You’ll be invited to graduate alongside other NTU students and will go into industry as qualified as anyone else holding a three year degree.

Hopefully now you should have a better idea of what kind of degree you’d like to do so, come and study an undergraduate degree with us and have the freedom to tailor your learning to help you achieve your goals.

Have a look at our degree courses and once you choose one, have a look at our how to apply section to help you through the process. If you’d like to experience our creative courses in person, book onto an open day and explore our facilities.

Nottingham Trent University named University of the Year 2017

We’re delighted to announce that our partners Nottingham Trent University have been named University of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards 2017. These prestigious annual awards celebrate the outstanding contributions and achievements of UK universities. The title of University of the Year is the most coveted honour available.

As a student of Confetti this means you’re studying at an institution that has also:

Judges at the event commended NTU’s innovative and systematic approach to enabling students to fulfil their academic potential and, in particular, the University’s commitment to supporting students from less privileged backgrounds.

This tops off what has been a phenomenal year in terms of recognition for the exceptional work which is being done every day at NTU.

Want to be a part of it all? Have a look at our degree courses. If you’re interested in our creative courses book onto an open day and explore our facilities.

It’s a fantastic time to study music at Confetti

Music

New industry figures reveal the UK continues to punch well above its weight when it comes to the music industry:

  • The UK industry grew by 6% in 2016, contributing £4.4 billion to the UK economy
  • Millions of fans pouring into concerts ranging from Glastonbury to small bars has pushed the contribution of live music to the economy up by 14% to £1 billion
  • Employment in the music industry has increased by a whopping 19% to over 142,000 jobs

With the industry continuing to grow across almost every sector, there isn’t a better time to be studying music in our brand-new home for music and live events.

Our new specialist home for Music & Events has opened it’s first studio and rehearsal rooms

studio 2

Confetti was founded in 1994 by a former music producer as a specialist music institute, and almost 25 years on we’re set to enhance our reputation as a leading force in contemporary music education by transforming the ground-floor of the Marco Island building in Nottingham into a haven for music & live events students.

The newly opened Studio 2 features a hybrid analog/digital setup and includes custom Exigy monitors in the mainfield along with PMC Twotwo.6 in the nearfield. We went in the rooms before anyone else did and captured it all for you to see!

This amazing new space will include:

– 14 practice and rehearsal spaces
– 10 music production studios
– 300 capacity live event venue
– 2 live performance stages
– 20 live recording rooms

“I’ve taught in a lot of spaces across the UK and facilities have been good, but this is so impressive. There’s really not anywhere in Nottingham that’s on this level!”

Conner Turner, Music Producer & DJ

The 300 capacity live events space will give our students lots of opportunities to apply what they learn on the course in front of a live audience. This is just one of many opportunities to ‘Do It For Real’ as our students can already gain valuable experience at some of the Midlands’ most exciting music events.

Our Technical Events college and degree courses give you an access-all-areas pass to the city’s best music events, thanks to our partnerships with local promoters and venues. From lighting and sound engineering to production and stage management – you’ll work alongside professional teams at concerts, gigs and festivals.

Incredible events you could be involved in

We regularly put on Confetti Live, a live gig set up and run by our Live & Technical Events students who also provide the sound and lighting. Our Music Performance college and degree students get the chance to perform with local established acts, and our Film & TV students record the whole event!

Our students are also involved in Nottingham’s biggest outdoor music festival Splendour, which entertained 25,000 music lovers this year. Last year’s record-breaking numbers in terms of student engagement were smashed again! This year we had over 120 students from across both college and degree courses working in over 209 different roles. Our students worked hard both in the days leading up to the festival and throughout the day to make sure stages were set and some of the world’s biggest names in music were ready to perform.

In October we hosted our own stage at Hockley Hustle, a street music festival that saw 250 acts entertain thousands across 25 venues. At Confetti Live presents The Bodega Upstairs our past and present students put on an amazing gig, alongside artists from our artist management company Denizen.

The benefits of our partnerships

Josh Wheatley
Former Confetti student Josh Wheatley, now signed to Denizen

Our artist management company Denizen works with our students and teaching teams to help develop musical talent. They can support you in getting a record deal, gigs and with music releases. Even better, Denizen has now teamed up with music publisher Sentric Music, who can help you make money from your music productions.

Along with our brand new postgraduate degrees, an MA in Creative Technologies and an MSc in Creative Technologies, we’ve also partnered up with Tileyard Education to develop an MA Commercial Songwriting and Production, delivered entirely at the Tileyard Education Centre in London.

Earlier this year we announced that we’ll be running our further education courses in collaboration with Access to Music – a national college offering creative courses for school leavers in nine major cities across the country. This has resulted in a sharing of knowledge and expertise resulting in bigger and better industry connections and more opportunities to put learning into practice.

Meet key industry professionals

We’re proud to offer unrivaled opportunities to meet key industry performers, promoters and producers. Every year we put on Industry Week – a week packed full of talks, interactive workshops, seminars and demos from some of the most influential practitioners in music, games, digital media, TV and film! Over the years we’ve seen some fantastic people, including Radio 1’s senior producer Andy Rogers; rap artist Professor Green; guitar legends Mikey Demus, Aziz Ibrahim & Andy James, Will Kennard from electronic duo Chase & Status…and much more!

After graduating from a specialist institute like Confetti, you’ll be ready to pursue a career in the music industry, be it as a sound engineer, promoter, performer or songwriter – our courses and facilities are tailored to give you the best chance of success. Study with us and learn from and alongside music specialists.

If you’re interested in studying a music or events college-level or degree course, sign up for our open day and explore our facilities.

Former Confetti tutor launches tabletop game on Kickstarter

Full Moon Jacket is a brand new tabletop game created by former digital media Confetti tutor Paul Allen. The original idea originated during a games lecture on the Level 3 Games Technology course and our students have helped with everything from play testing to logo design.

The game, which is being published by Paul’s company Strangely Games also launched a funding bid on Kickstarter. We caught up with Paul in the days which led up to the Kickstarter page going live to find out about how the game started and how Confetti students helped him along the way.

Tell us a bit about how your started this project?

Full Moon Jacket started as an idea a few years ago. My background is in video production and so I wanted to make a ‘simple’ short film based on movies I loved as a kid (Predator, Aliens, Full Metal Jacket) and I came up with ‘Werewolves in Vietnam’ – but it was too difficult and too costly. So last September I started drawing circles on post-it notes, started placing miniature werewolves on them and it has snowballed from there.

Where did the idea for the game come from?

Video games, movies and other tabletop board games have influenced and reshaped the idea. I played (tortured!) my parents as a 6 year old, making them be Dwarves and Space Marines in Heroquest and Space Crusade (late/early 80s/90s Games Workshop) every Saturday evening and it feels incredible that I have gone full circle and maybe ended up 30 years later where I started.

Did any Confetti students help you with this project?

The first Final Major Project session with the BTEC Level 3 Games Technology students kick-started this project. For the course, I challenged them to make a game. I did the same, so that we could compare our creations at the end of the year. Various students have games tested my game in the early stages and helped support the project, with one of the extremely talented BTEC Level 3 Graphic & Digital Design students redesigning my Strangely Games logo.

 

What was the most challenging part of the process?

All parts of this process, from designing, testing, product management, promotion have been really fun and I have learnt so much. It has all been challenging in various ways – I believe I have got this far with Full Moon Jacket through passion and not seeing this as work. Meeting genuinely amazing talented artists that have wanted to be part of this project and are as excited as me has really spurred me on.

You’ve done some playtests at Ludorati Cafe – how did those go?

The playtests have been excellent and very humbling. I did peak early with my first public playtest, as a veteran of Games Workshop (someone who has been designing games and miniatures for the company) told me it was “the best game he had played this year” and would buy it there and then. Four days into being a games designer I was approached by a company offering to buy Full Moon Jacket, which was a great feeling and has reinforced that what I am doing is right for me. I said no.

Did anything surprise you about how the public reacted to the game?

Watching random players really getting stuck into the game and chatting, laughing and discussing in some depth tactics and ideas that I considered when I was playing my favourite games over 25 years ago.

What are the next steps for you and Strangely Games?

I hope for success with Full Moon Jacket on Kickstarter. Following that, Strangely Games will be able to fund a second game and this becomes a life changing opportunity. It’s been an awesome ride so far and I hope it continues. I spoke yesterday to a successful Kickstarter designer and I can’t imagine anything more amazing than designing games and calling that my job.  

Fancy learning more about games? Check out our Games Technology college-level and degree courses, and book onto our next open day.