Cameron Hopkinson is a composer and programmer from New Zealand. They are a co-founder of Accessibility Unlocked, a group that advocates for and supports disabled and neurodiverse game developers in Australia and New Zealand. They are also part of the steering committee of the IGDA Mental Health Advocacy SIG. In their spare time, Cameron is working on a diverse range of small, experimental games.

Cameron’s Talk:

Navigating Networking for Neurodiverse Folks

Networking is a crucial skill to develop in the games industry, but it’s a skill that some of us struggle with. Join Cameron Hopkinson as they take you on a quest to discover new ways for neurodiverse folks to network and some tips and tricks neurotypical folks can use to support their friends!