Creative Team

Snow McNally – Writer, designer, producer

Snow has been writing for as long as they can remember, creating and destroying fictional worlds and using fiction for self-expression, connection, escapism and their best attempt to contribute to a more positive, compassionate world.

Jessica Kay – Art lead

Jessica is a web designer by day and a multi-hat-wearing vigilante by night. Though these-days, chronic injury reduces her hat-capacity, she can still be found pushing pixels by monitor-light deep into the evening. She is a stickler for well-tended project documentation and more than a little obsessed with diverse, narrative-focused games. A nerd with a need to create, Jessica is keen to explore many aspects to indie game development from visual design to picking away at C# and project management.

Charlie Francis Cassidy – Programmer

Charlie Francis can be found getting excited about programming, cats and games that mean something to them. They possibly spend too much time thinking of song names revolving around infinite loops and yelling about that cute cat they just saw. Despite this they somehow manage to run Tiny Frame as the Technical Director and work for Mighty Games, most recently on Disney Crossy Road.

Justin Cavenagh – Music

Working out of his studio in Melbourne, Australia, Composer Justin Cavenagh follows his passion: helping film makers bring the soul of their film to life.
With a musical upbringing that spans everything from punk to classical, Justin has cultivated a love for memorable melodies, and takes great pride in incorporating this quality into his writing.
Always expanding his horizons, Justin has worked on 20+ titles in a variety of mediums, ranging from games to TV programs and  his first feature film role. Recent credits include 36 Questions, Gauntlet and The Cosmos Is Mine.
Ensuring he is always on the same page as his clientele, Justin is a film enthusiast and people person, always open to hearty conversation both inside the studio and out.

Brigit Macfarlane – Additional art

“Brigit Macfarlane is a 20-something year old designer and artist. She’s made a habit of creating elaborate digital art pieces, making and reading comics, enjoys long walks on the beach, and her favourite pokemon is pikachu. At her core, she is simply a little kid who loves to draw.”