Unfortunately, Birdlight Games is not taking on any new collaborative projects for 2020 or 2021.
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Some of our past projects consisted of helping to bring others’ game concepts to life.
“Rob Gosselin (Birdlight Games) recently collaborated with me on a project called Refugee Journeys. I had very limited experience with creating a board game, and Rob was instrumental in helping the game move from my initial idea to a finished product. He was very easy to work with and always willing to try the different ideas I came up with, and to gently make suggestions of how I could improve my game. On my own, I don’t think the game would be nearly as polished and professional as what Rob helped me to create. He responded to emails quickly, and always went the extra mile to make my game beautiful down to the tiniest detail. I appreciated his input, suggestions, and professional expertise so much. If you are looking for someone to help support your game-making endeavour, I can’t recommend Rob highly enough.”
- Please also check out this fantastic coverage about Michelle’s game in the UMGSA’s Profiles series: LINK.
- Find Michelle Lam’s podcast interview about the game HERE or HERE.
- Michelle Lam’s work has been featured in The Conversation. See her article here: Playing this board game will challenge your ideas about refugees.
In March 2017 the Grad Legacy Fund committee undertook a playing card project to raise money for the Churchbridge Public School ‘Grad Legacy Fund’. The project was discussed amongst the committee members and Rob Gosselin (Birdlight Games) volunteered to do the artwork requirements for the cards. Over the past few months the project took shape and is now complete with the artwork on decks developed, decks ordered and received. We give many thanks to Rob for developing the artwork and using his relationship with the card company for their great service when ordering the cards.