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 half a decade. Notable titles Wren has contributed to include Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja (Halfbrick) and Pandora's Books (Smithsoft). She is now a freelance artist and indie developer. Her first indie title, Unpacking, has been selected for Stugan 2018.

Wren is a passionate and active member of the Australian games community: She has given talks at GCAP and Game Development Brisbane, participated in multiple panels at PAX Australia and GX Australia, served as a mentor at Sunshine Coast Game Jam and as a judge at the Australian Game Development Awards. She also runs the Women in Games Brisbane group, helping female developers connect and support each other.

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.