RMIT Graduate Showcase and conference event for the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media and Diploma of Interactive Digital Media.

About

The Enigma RMIT graduate showcase and conference for the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media and Diploma of Interactive digital media. An opportunity for guests and students to hear from industry speakers as well as see the best works in 2D and 3D Animation, Motion Graphics, Interactive Media and Games.

Animations/Films

Animations and films created in the Diploma of Interactive Digital Media as well as The Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media.

Games/Interactives

Games and Interactives created in the Diploma of Interactive Digital Media as well as The Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media.

Seminar Speakers

From our Interactive Media Industry Seminar

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John Tanios

Motion Graphics Designer at 77 Post

With over 5 years experience in the creative industry John has always been drawn towards the realm of Animation and Design. Formally graduating form RMIT and Swinburne University, john is currently residing at 77 Post in sunny Cheltnham. John’s role as lead motion designer consists of concepting, implementing and managing all motion projects that come through the door. John also runs an internship program, mentoring aspiring animators hoping to channel their inner “Chuck Norris” so that can kiss ass in the real world of animation.


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Emily Harridge

Founder at Visual Playground

Founder of Visual Playground, Emily has over 18 years experience in broad- cast design, production and animation. With skill and determination, Emily has been building her reputation and that of the Visual Playground since 2002. Critical to this success is a constant focus on creative direction, staying up-to-date with new technology and hiring highly talented digital artists. Professional in every sense of the word, Emily Harridge clearly understands every aspect of and is passionate about Virtual Reality. Emily is a co-founder of Plato Reality a new company dedicated to immersive storytelling in VR and is the co-organiser of the popular Real World VR event held regularly at Loop Project Space and Bar.


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Kimberlee Wells

CEO at Whybin\TBWA Group

Kimberlee joined TBWA in 2011 to establish a CRM offering with a focus on engagement planning. Her role quickly expanded into overseeing the agencies total digital offering as well as championing the Group’s future vision. During her tenure, she has helped the agency win Network Agency of the Year; Digital Agency of the Year and a significantly number of creative awards including coveted Cannes Grand Prix lions. Kimberlee melds strategic sensibility, data and technology and is fiercely passionate about using creativity to help solve left brain problems. She also serves as Non-Executive Independent Director to Pental Products Pty Ltd.


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Stuart Tozer

VFX Technical Director at Iloura

Stuart Tozer is currently employed as Technical Director of Assets at Iloura in South Melbourne, where he’s worked on a number of projects for lm and television (perhaps most notably Game of Thrones, Season 6 Episode 9; “Battle of the Bastards”, and Ghostbusters. Stuart is a self taught programmer in the Python language, and has authored a number of tools for various software, including ‘mGo’, a bridge tool working across Autodesk Maya and the Foundry’s Mari. ‘mGo’, was officially included as a part of Mari in 2016.


Thanks To:

Interactive Media Industry Seminar speakers: John Tanios, Emily Harridge, Kimberlee Wells, and Stuart Tozer

Event MC’s
Kieran Doolan, James McIntosh and Alithea Janica Reyes

ENIGMA Team: Patrick Boast, Trent Borchard, Dominic D’Monte, Martin Dimovski, James Hoenig, Avrisco Kasyanto, Jared King, Daniel McLeod, James McIntosh, Gabrielle Wills

Special Thanks to: Arthur Michalopoulos, Jeanie Hague-Smith, Peter Kennedy, Kieran Doolan, Nicole McKinnon, Lisetta Moscardo