Michael Suen is an interactive producer, designer, and writer.
Spawned in the tar pits of Los Angeles, raised by capitalist wolves in Hong Kong, and educated on the frozen tundra of Vermont, Michael now makes his nest in Cambridge, MA. Most recently, he led content and social strategy at Learning Games Network, an educational game studio spun out from MIT.
I wrote about the post-apocalyptic film On the Beach in In Media Res.
I was a teaching assistant for MIT's Games for Social Change course.
I co-designed a "cooperative rhythm prison simulator" at MolyJam 2013 that was featured on IndieGames.com.
I led the redesign of Learning Games Network's website.
I spoke about video games and digital humanities at HASTAC 2013.
I produced the game design competition Create UNAOC and presented the results at the 5th UNAOC Forum. Voice of America interviewed me about the contest.