[vet-mm] Industry Dinner July 30th 2015

Bloom, Claire R bloom.claire.r at edumail.vic.gov.au
Fri Jun 19 20:14:11 AEST 2015

This year's PixelEd Industry Dinner will be held on July 30th.
What a great and easy way to add to your record of Industry currency.
We provide you with a certificate of attendance and you get to hear not one, but two, cutting edge developers in the world of interactive media.

3 Course meal and 2 dynamic Industry Representative presentations
Thursday July 30th at 6.00

Dimattina' s Restaurant 306 Lygon St. Carlton
Cost: PixelEd Members -$75, Others -$80

Go to www.pixeled.org.au<http://www.pixeled.org.au> to register for this event
*An easy way to assist VET teachers to keep their industry knowledge up-to-date (as required by AQTF)
*Certificate of attendance provided
*A chance to network with teachers of Interactive Digital Media, ICT and Media - perhaps a new course to talk about???
*Time to chat with and ask questions of our guest speakers
*Information on new technology and careers in Interactive Digital Media and ICT

Guest Speakers:
Luke Deylen
Luke Deylen is a good friend of PixelEd, and started his career journey in the VET in schools Multimedia program. He has presented to students at the Top Designs forum at Melbourne Museum for the past 3 years. Luke is a Creative Technologist at Clemenger BBDO. He's been in the advertising industry for 5 years, working for DT and Clemenger BBDO, two very well respected agencies in Melbourne. He has worked on projects such as KFC Snack in the Face, (which reached number one on the iTunes weekly downloads ladder), Bank of Melbourne QJumper and has once had to make a love testing machine to promote his company. Luke creates digital interactive experiences and his passion is in creating tangible digital solutions with a focus on games.
Luke Jackson
Luke Jackson is the author of five published books, four aimed at teenagers and one aimed at young children. He has also written extensively for Australian education providers.
In 2012, Luke co-founded a multimedia company dedicated to producing materials that engage students in immersive educational experiences. These games philanthropic and government funding to support their development, and acted as project manager for 18 months, during which he was in charge of up to 20 artists and programmers working in Melbourne, Brisbane, and Mumbai.  In late 2013, Luke began a PhD at Deakin University to explore the complexities of writing narrative-based educational games. He is now fully immersed in this burgeoning area of inquiry, and regularly speaks with game writers and designers from within the broader games industry and from within the educational games industry.

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