Although I have a full-time job as an IT Infrastructure & Systems Engineer, I approach my work on RPGs (whether it’s writing, editing, or proofreading) as a professional. Editors have praised my work as being of high standard, and I have yet to miss a deadline.
I’m currently working on the WW2-meets-Lovecraft RPG, Achtung! Cthulhu from Modiphius Entertainment. As well as fleshing out Nachtwölfe and other factions for the 2d20 edition, I have also co-written a forthcoming campaign, and edited another (Shadows of Atlantis) to bring it into the 2d20 line.
Licensed to Modiphius Entertainment from Corvus Belli, I’ve contributed to many of the sourcebooks and wrote a number of campaigns for this 2d20 RPG set in a galaxy where humanity has gone to the stars – and encountered an alien AI. It can be a challenge writing for a licensed IP, but it wasn’t a problem in this case. In fact, it helped to have an established background. I appear as an NPC in the core rulebook and artwork…
I indexed and proofread the following books:
I wrote the following books (as well as indexing and proofreading them!).
Star Trek Adventures
I helped proofread and indexed the following titles for Star Trek Adventures from Modiphius Entertainment.
Set in the world of Robert E Howard’s Conan the Barbarian, I helped compile the index and proofread the 2d20 core rulebook for Conan: Adventures In An Age Undreamed Of! from Modiphius Entertainment. Belias Herne, an NPC with an unhealthy interest in Acheron antiquities is based on my input and the image is based very loosely on me.
Mutant Chronicles (3rd Edition)
I worked on a great deal of the Mutant Chronicles 3rd Edition line from Modiphius Entertainment, compiling indexes and proofreading the text for this diesel-punk 2d20 RPG. As a result of my work on these, I’ve received further assignments. I also did some work on the Siege of the Citadel Boardgame rulebook and wrote a few articles for the Modiphia magazine. I appear as an NPC in the Imperial Sourcebook.
I helped write the following campaign books and sourcebooks. I also proofread and indexed them.
I compiled the Mutant Chronicles Universal index, a handy – and free – resource for GMs and players. I pitched this idea off my own back and was given approval to collate it.
The Secret Fire RPG
Unfortunately the Secret Fire RPG didn’t set the RPG world alight, but it gave me my first break as a writer. As one of the Developers on this OSR game from Secret Fire Games, I came up with the eldritch spell names and descriptions in the RPG and the section on the Demon/Druid war in The Way of Tree, Shadow, and Flame is mine.