Industry Talented Panel
Saturday October 24, 2020
17:30 p.m. to 18:30 p.m. - ARG
100% online - Via Zoom
She is a narrative designer and video game producer since 2008. She has developed more than ten games for prestigious clients such as Big Fish, Lego, Unicef, Paka Paka channel, Ministry of Education, Museum of the Cabildo de la Nación, among others. She is co-founder of Women in games Argentina and a member of its educational commission. It is part of Yaguar Studio, where it develops video games, apps and interactive software for installations. Since 2004, he has taught Narrative and Screenwriting in various careers and paths at Image Campus.
Graduated in Computer Science, video game developer for 11 years and member of the board of directors of Women in games Argentina. Today he is Lead Engineering Manager of the Trivia Crack 2 team at Etermax.
Co-Founder, General Manager and Producer at Niebla Games, a board game and video game developer from Valparaíso, Chile. Currently, he collaborates as Country Lead for Latinx In Gaming. In 2016 and 2017, he was part of the Board of Video Games Chile.
Vito Rodríguez Christensen
He is a Senior UI Artist at Massive Entertainment (UBISOFT) in the development of the triple-A video game Avatar. Throughout her career, she worked as Art Leader at QB9, was Art Director at Mantaray, and worked as a teacher at FADU in the subject “Theory of Habitation”, also participating in research and development of educational content. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU) and a graduate of Image Campus where she studied Introduction to Programming for Videogames.
Sonora Artist, dedicated to musical composition, sound design and audio implementation for interactive media.
Before turning to audio for video games, he practiced disciplines such as lyrical singing, clarinet playing, and chamber music and electroacoustic composition, which influence his current voice as a sound artist.
She is keenly interested in sharing and growing with other people, which is reflected in her work as Lead Organizer of Women Game Jam Argentina and as part of the Rosario GameDevs community board of directors.
He develops his profession in various fields, including the Aruna Collective and Tiluchi studios, which he co-founded with people from his community.
Moderator: Dr. Gabriela R. Cicalese
Director of Academic Development at Image Campus. Doctor and Graduate in Communication. Postdoctoral stay in Communication, Media and Culture. Undergraduate and graduate university professor and researcher. He has directed and participated in projects financed by the CFI and the IDB. Former director of the La Crujía Communication Center. Director of the Festival of Short Good Practices, Young People and the World of Work. Head of the Seminar on Gender, Popular and Youth Cultures and Popular Culture and Mass Culture at the National University of San Martín. Author, among others, of the books I am… are we? Communication and identities (Ed. San Pablo). In connection with the cultural industries, he co-authored Comuniscope: What is an observatory in communication for? And Artistic Languages- Unveiling the secrets of music (La Crujía).