Lisette Titre-Montgomery

Lisette Titre-Montgomery

Lisette Titre-Montgomery was inspired to become a computer animator after seeing the Pixar film Toy Story. She went on to study animation and character modelling at university and then to work for a game developer working on PS2 and Xbox games.

She subsequently moved to work for two of the biggest game development companies in the industry, EA and Ubisoft. She has led multinational art teams and has worked on games such as Tiger Woods Golf, The Simpsons, Dante’s Inferno, Dance Central 3, SIMS 4, and Transformers Age of Extinction for Android and iOS.

Lisette is a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion in the gaming industry. She believes that games-based learning in schools helps to encourage young people to enter into STEM fields. 

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