Hi, I'm Selina, I'm currently a 3rd year games art student at Teesside University hoping to take my first step into industry when I graduate in May.
My first console was a Super Nintendo in 1993 and I haven't stopped playing games since then.
My favourite console of all time is the Nintendo 64, I fondly remember the hours I spent trying to find all the collectables to progress to the next levels and being in awe of the beautifully coloured worlds the console brought to life so well.
Although platformers make me nostalgic my favourite genre is simulation games. I love to spend countless hours micro managing my theme parks, hospitals and little pixel people creating my own worlds and stories around them.
Horror games come in at a close second because I'm a big wimp and will jump every single time! And who doesn't love a good scare.
Teesside University: Games Art Year 2
Teesside University: Games Art Year 1
BA (Hons) Computer Games Art - First Class Honours
One of 10 winners of the King Games Women in Gaming 2017 GDC scholarship.
Exhibitor at ExpoTees 2017
Journeyman Project: Technical Artist
Journeyman is a large scale university project which takes place over the course of 12 weeks.
Students are placed into teams of roughly 16 and tasked with creating a playable level and trailer.
My role in the project included the creation of assets, VFX and assisting the designers with UE4 implementation and some blueprinting.
Casual Games Development: Lead Artist
Casual games is a university module, in a team of 10 we are tasked with creating a game over the course of 12 weeks.
I managed a team of 3 artists including myself as we created the assets for a procedurally generated dungeon crawler in unity.