Brian S. Chung is a game designer, artist, and educator. Community is at the core of all of his work.
His professional game design work has included serving as the lead game designer and design team manager at Fantage; as a game designer at Sony Online Entertainment for the EverQuest franchise; and as a game designer or user experience designer for brands such as the NBA, LEGO, PowerBar, and more. His independent work has been showcased at festivals and galleries internationally.
He is the cofounder and codirector of The Sheep’s Meow, which supports creators of games and interactive art. Through this organization, he helps put together events like the NYC Arcade and the NJ Arcade, some of the largest events in the New York City and New Jersey region. In the past, he has served as codirector of the New Jersey chapter of the International Game Developers Association, coproducing events and programming to grow the community at the greatest rate that the state has seen. He is an advisor for the New York City chapter.
He is the game design program coordinator at Bloomfield College, where he teaches game design and development for the Creative Arts & Technology division. He has also taught students from a wide range of backgrounds and ages for various courses and workshops at schools like Parsons, CUNY Hostos, NYU ITP, Young Game Makers, and Montclair Art Museum.