Bert McDowell describes himself as a games developer and a “hat wearer” – he is also the latest recruit to the swelling ranks of the Fleet Collective.
His business, Electric TopHat, will be a welcome new addition to the growing range of skills that we can offer clients.
Bert is perhaps best known for the iPhone puzzle game Modulo, which he told the Guardian is all about “simple multi-dimension discreet mathematics, on a hyper plane – your mum should find it pretty simple”.
We are also in talks with a number of other creatives who are interested in taking up some of the new spaces that have become available since the completion of our offices the top floor of Dundee’s Old Chamber Building.
Being a member of Fleet means the chance to be part of a dynamic collective where everyone has the flexibility and skills to work individually or collaborate with others to pursue joint projects.
Low-cost, high-quality spaces are still available and we would love to hear from animators, illustrators, graphic designers and people working in 3D technology and modelling.
Applications from people working in other areas of the digital and technology-driven arts are also welcome.
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