A UI/3D artist, Emma has been a part of the countries biggest ever mobile titles.
After completing her studies at AIE – Sydney, Emma joined, what is perhaps Australia’s first big mobile studio – Half Brick. Spending 19-months with the developer, Emma worked on Fruit Ninja.
In August, 2013 Emma moved across to Defiant Development, first tasked with working on Ski Safari Adventure Time and Hand of Fate. In the five year’s since, Emma has helped finish and ship Hand of Fate 2 along with five DLC updates for the title.
Speaking to Develop Pacific about her inclusion in this year’s list, Emma said, “I feel extremely lucky to have found a small place in this amazing industry. I’m surrounded by dedicated, passionate, hard working, and inspiring individuals who are constantly reminding me how beautiful the art and craft of creating games is.”
“Everyone’s contributions amount to an incredible effort and labour of love and it’s a very heartening sensation to experience the collective joy of everyone coming together to create an experience that moves people.”
“I feel honoured to have been included in this years list, and hope that those who are not on it know that they belong there too for this community wouldn’t be what it is without each other.”