Jazmin Fazzolari-Dusik and Victoria Richardson are part of the Canberra 2021 first year cohort. They are studying to become a Programmer and Designer. They will discuss why they want to enter the games industry and how they came to be into games!
Bertrand Thomachot an AIE graduate from the Game Programming course.
Since his completion, he has worked on some impressive games like Fruit Ninja created by Half Brick.
He is now working with Firemonkeys as an Associate Technical Director helped to develop The Sims Mobile game.
Dreams can really come true!
Nicholas Graduated from the Advanced Diploma of Game Design and production course in 2018 with a very high passion for designing action combat games.
He is now working in New Zealand at studio A44 as a combat designer.
AIE Alumni, Matthew Gilchrist, talks about his journey into serious games and his upcoming game Brimstone Brawlers!
Matthew Gilchrist graduated from AIE Sydney with an Advanced Diploma of Professional Games Development specialising in Game Art and Animation in 2014. Equipped with his 3D art skills, he flourished in various emerging industries such as architecture and defence.
Join us Online on Wednesday, once a month, from 12pm – 1pm, and hear from Industry Experts about what it takes to get started in Games, Corporate Gamification, Film, VR, Game Programming, Art and Animation. All whilst you eat your lunch!
Back by popular demand! Our first workshop on Narrative Design was so popular that we couldn’t fit everything we wanted to cover into the one session!
Following up our first workshop, covering the fundamentals of Narrative Design, our resident Expert Game Designer, Craig Bentick, will be showcasing how to take your ideas and implement them into a practical story plan!
Love story driven games? Do you have an idea for the next great narrative driven game, but not sure how to plan it all out? Join us on Wednesday April 17th at 7pm for our Narrative Design workshop! This session is free and will be run through our Online Campus.
AIE’s Industry Experience Days are a great opportunity for students in Years 10, 11 and 12 to learn about the local and international game development, 3D animation and visual effects industries.July 7th – Melbourne July 15th – Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide