Vi är väldigt stolta över vår personal som finns på plats. Våra lärare håller i föreläsningar, men finns även på plats för guidning, rådgivning och hjälp - fem dagar i veckan.
En av alla fördelar du får på PSQ är att du kan dra nytta av den kunskap och erfarenhet som vår personal besitter. Handledarna på skolan fungerar som lärare, mentorer och coacher för studenterna och följer studenternas resa från antagning till examen.
Utöver att hålla föresläsningar finns våra handledare till hands för våra studenter på en daglig basis. Om du skulle fastna i ett projekt eller behöver bolla idéer så finns handledarna tillgängliga genom hela arbetsveckan och kan enkelt nås via ett meddelande via vårt intranät.
Arbetande handledare och lärare på PlaygroundSquad. Beskrivningarna är på engelska.
As a PSQ alumnus himself, Josef has years of experience in game development and various forms of digital art. He has previously lived and studied in Japan, and has a burning passion for Japanese arcade games from the 80’s and 90’s.
Johan studied at PlaygroundSquad in 2007 and has worked on the games Wolfenstein: The New Order, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and Syndicate. He has mainly worked with VFX and enjoys photography, craftsmanship and parkour.
Alex studied game design at Uppsala University, Campus Gotland. After working as an assistant at the university, he landed at PSQ as a tutor in game design. He spends his free time playing games, learning new things, ranting and pracicing HEMA - Historical European Martial Arts!
Daniel has years of experience with linux servers, high performance ad delivery servers (c ++), visualization, and web apps using python. He loves shaders and music. In his spare time he also enjoys playing music and hiking.
Tomas started out as a trained electrician and industrial computer engineer but has also worked as car washer. In 2004 he studied Game Development at Dalarna University, and attended PlaygroundSquad in 2005. After graduation he got a job at Tension Graphics to create TenGine, a game engine for PlaygroundSquad. He spends his spare time fixing cars, playing games and sometimes baking a cake.
Andreas joined Tension as a programmer after graduating from PSQ in 2014. In his spare time he likes to play games and watch series. His major interest are Spaceships and anything else space and sci-fi related.
Turns out you need more than just teachers to run an education.
As education manager, Daniel keeps the S/S PlaygroundSquad afloat and makes sure we’re meeting all the requirements dictated by the vocational agency and the games industry. He has over 15 years of experience working within the Swedish primary school system, most recently as vice-principal of Söderbaumska skolan in Falun.
Magnus is the director and founder of PlaygroundSquad – he is also the education's head master. Magnus has been a driving force in keeping Falun and the rest of Dalarna up-to-date with the digital industry for many years, and PlaygroundSquad is merely one of many initiatives with a success story.
Administrator at PlaygroundSquad, mainly responsible for all things CSN and the Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education. Petra is no gamer, but enjoys watching others play games. She also enjoys reading comic books, especially the satirical kind.
Creative director with 20 years of experience in game design, graphics, and consulting. Mats takes part in developing the curriculum and occasionally joins in as a coach for game projects. Passionate about platforming, philosophy, science, and systemic design.