The Team

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  • Zuby Ahmed

    Senior Lecturer & Programme Director MSc Video Game Enterprise & Production

    Zuby is a seasoned game developer and manager, with a career spanning over 20 years, 15 years of which have been focused within the Games Industry. Starting as a freelance writer for Edge , Zuby went onto work for Digital Image Design , Warthog Games , and EA Games . In 2006 Zuby founded SmashMouth Games (SMG), with a...

  • Alex Darby

    Gamer Camp Guest Lecturer

    Alex was a founding member of FreeStyleGames, the creators and developers of DJ Hero. His first industry job was as a Prototyping Programmer for Codemasters in 1996, and he has since worked as both a Lead Designer and a Lead Programmer. He currently works as an Indie Developer.

  • Iain Harrison

    Course Director for Gamer Camp: Pro

    Iain Harrison is a Senior Lecturer and Studio Manager at Birmingham City University’s NTI Birmingham, working as part of the Gamer Camp team teaching the MA/MSc in Video Games Development. Iain has Nineteen Years of experience as a professional digital artist, sixteen of which in continual game development. With seventeen...

  • Zafar Qamar

    Senior Lecturer/Technical Director for Gamer Camp and Interactive Entertainment

    Zafar Qamar is a Senior Lecturer and the Technical Director at Birmingham City University’s NTI Birmingham, working as part of the Gamer Camp team teaching the MA/MSc in Video Games Development and BSc in Interactive Entertainment (Games Development). Graduating from University of Birmingham in the 90’s, Zafar went on to have...

  • Guy Wilday

    Gamer Camp Industry Consultant

    Guy was formerly the Studio Director at SEGA Racing Studio (Sega Rally) as well as Head of Studio at Codemasters (Colin McRae Rally). He is currently Development Director at Sony London Studio and heads the Gamer Camp Video Games Advisory Board.

  • Oliver Williams

    NTI Birmingham Director

    Oliver Williams is Director at NTI Birmingham. His 18+ year career spans product development, project management, software development, marketing, management and solution selling. His recent work with the Gamer Camp programme was recognised as a best practice example of work place simulation in the Livingstone-Hope report...

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