The 2021 Prize Judges


Andy Campbell

Andy Campbell

Andy Campbell is the Digital Director for arts/media organisation One to One Development Trust and the founder/director of Dreaming Methods Ltd – an immersive digital storytelling studio. He has been producing cutting-edge electronic literature and experimental narrative games for over 25 years. Follow him on Twitter @dreamingmethods ... Read More
Dr Brad Gyori

Dr Brad Gyori

Dr Brad Gyori (AKA Bradford G) is Principal Academic in Digital Storytelling at Bournemouth University, UK. An American writer, director and designer with a background in TV production, he is the program leader for the MA in Creative Writing and Publishing. He also teaches journalism students how to make interactive documentaries. Gyori has worked as a writer-producer for such networks as MTV, VH1, E!, FX and HBO. He was the head writer of the Emmy ... Read More
Jamie Gavin

Jamie Gavin

Jamie Gavin is currently Acting Editor for FIPP – The Global Media Network. Graduating from the University of Manchester in 2004 with a First Class Degree in English Language & Literature, he began his post-graduate career as a freelance actor, journalist, and author. Jamie has subsequently held positions for the UK Professional Publishers Association (PPA), the Association of Online Publishers (AOP), and global media analytics firm, comScore. He is also Founder and Managing Director of ... Read More
Joannes T

Joannes Truyens

Joannes Truyens is an award-winning writer and narrative designer with an interest in speculative fiction, interactive stories, and acronyms. His first independently produced work is the sci-fi hypertext game Neurocracy, which invites players to browse the Wikipedia of the year 2049 and piece together a narrative that explores the fascinating and terrifying car crash of technology and humanity. Praised for its storytelling innovations and community interaction, Neurocracy was awarded the 2021 New Media Writing Prize ... Read More
Lisa Gee

Lisa Gee

Lisa Gee is a Research Associate on the Ego-Media Project at Kings College London and a post-doctoral researcher at the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge. She has recently completed her PhD in Digital Writing by Practice at Bath Spa University and is an author and editor ... Read More
Lynda Clark

Lynda Clark

Lynda Clark is a Research Fellow in Narrative & Play at the University of Dundee’s InGAME (Innovation in Games and Media Enterprise) project. Her research is primarily practice-based and focuses on technology and tools for writers. Her interactive work The Memory Archivist was shortlisted for the 2019 New Media Writing Prize and won the British Library Labs Artistic Award. Dreaming in Quantum, her short story collection containing many stories inspired by and drawing on techniques ... Read More