Founder, Kill Screen
Jamin Warren founded videogame arts and culture company Kill Screen. Formerly a culture reporter for the Wall Street Journal and host Game/S, he serves as an advisor to MoMA’s department of Architecture and Design.
His thoughts on games and digital culture have been featured in the New Yorker, New York Times, Paris Review and others. Ebony named him one of their top tech leaders to watch and the New York Observer called him a “burgeoning media baron.” He’s also a frequent contributor to NPR, and has spoken at SXSW, Tribeca Interactive, XOXO, and others.
Games have the power to teach, motivate, and influence us in a way no other medium can. How can we broaden the games we produce as an industry, better leveraging intentional play and the complexities therein? How do we create games that speak to a more expansive range of our intellectual needs, that offer genuine […]