Wren Brier has been involved in the Brisbane games industry as an artist since her first year in university, and has been working as a professional in the industry for five years. Half of that time was spent at Halfbrick, working on the studio’s flagship titles, Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja. She currently works at Well Placed Cactus as a senior artist.
Wren also co-runs the Women in Games Brisbane group, helping female developers connect and support each other. She is passionate about diversity and minority representation in games and in the industry. Wren has also served as a judge for the Australian Game Developer Awards and multiple conference scholarship applications.
In 2017 Wren made it into the MCV Pacific Women in Games list -- The Game Changers (Profiled here).
Her non games-related interests are crafts, small animals, nonfiction audiobooks, rockabilly dresses, cute stationery, and making lists.