For the last 14 months or so I've been working with a company called Silver Gryphon Games.
My background is in sales, marketing, international and global communication, call centers, corporate training and operations management. So um… confession time.
I knew almost nothing about gaming or the industry when I started doing this. I used to have to ask the team if things were funny before I shared them. I might have thought that they were hilarious, but there was subtext and nuance that I was completely clueless about. Yikes. I started to read everything I could. I asked questions and began to get a feel for the hobby, for the community as a whole and realized that I could finally answer questions, that I could relate to much of what was being said, asked and posted about, and yet… I’ve only recently begun to “get it.” and so I started a project for the hopelessly unfamiliar.
It's called "I'm going on an Adventure" and it's all about me learning about the world of tabletop gaming. I'm excited about it because I can look at it from a number of perspectives, I'm going to be doing some interviews with people in the industry and I hope that I can show people that the stereotype of nerd is badly outdated and misrepresented.
I plan to give this my own unique perspective and hope you find it interesting! You can check out the whole thing at
I'm going on an Adventure
and expect that there will be a post from me probably every... Tuesday morning.
Anyone want to join me on my adventure?