WRITER FOR GAMES

| CV

Rebecca Haigh is a writer for games| Du Lac & Fey: Dance of Death, Atone and Sundown. 

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EDUCATION

| FALMOUTH UNIVERSITY: 15-18

      BA (Hons) Game Development:

      Writing (1st)

 

| STOURBRIDGE COLLEGE: 13-14

      Foundation Art Degree

      (Graphic Design)

 

| WINDSOR SIXTH FORM: 10-12

      Sociology (A)

      Fine Art (B)

      Psychology (B)

INTERESTS

     | Hiking

     | Eating out at lovely restaurants

     | Cooking something new

     | Reading period fiction

     | Comic books

     | Kitten Academy

 

 

 

 

    EXPERIENCE

     | SALIX GAMES LTD. - Du Lac & Fey: Dance of Death

     | Script Writer: Feb 2017 - Present

     Creation of 2D / 3D NPCs including branching dialogue, callouts and one shots.         Moving on to writing and designing a main game chapter, as well as in-game             text for collectables, the historical compendium and Penny Dreadful pages. 

     Standout tasks included co-writing a promotional prelude comic, and attending           and assisting with the VO recording with the main cast at Pinewood Studios. I           even wrote an original song!

 

     | WILDBOY STUDIOS - Atone

     | Writer: Nov 2017 - Present

     Freelance writer for a small, New Zealand-based indie team. Roles include               world-building, lore creation and dialogue for all characters / chapters.

 

     | Sundown

     | Writer: Feb 2018 - July 2018

     Lone writer on a small narrative project set in a supernatural WW2 setting. I           organised and directed voice acting sessions alongside an audio designer, and           collaborated with a historical consultant to ensure historical accuracy. 

    SKILLS

     · Text implementation (Fungus).

     · Directing / supporting VO sessions. 

     · In-depth research.

     · Script writing (Final Draft).

     · Quest design.

     · Character / world creation.

     · In-game text.

     · Branching narrative and dialogue.

     · PR and social media.

     · Prose / writing for comics.

     . Paper!