References and realized ideas
Here you can find an overview of the projects I have realized with others so far.
My first crazy project: medieval market online
Is it possible to hold a medieval market online? Yes! When the lockdown came in early 2020, it was clear that many of the merchants and showmen who live off live events would have quite a problem, certainly beyond the lockdown period. So I talked to some of them if they could imagine a transitional online solution and then negotiated with the people of flea market online if that would be feasible. Almost 2 months later (on my birthday) the first Germany-wide medieval market went online. And it was repeated monthly for over a year until offline markets were possible again. Unfortunately, the site is no longer active, which is why I can no longer link it here.
April Fool? Tear-off calendar with word of the day
She remembered that and a year later the calendar became a reality. And it was quite a lot of fun to implement the with.
Creative Writing Workshop in Calgary
In 2022 I had planned a (short) trip to Calgary. Actually just to visit some friends and acquaintances. And to see the world’s largest gaming store. Wait, world’s largest gaming store? Somehow I found the idea exciting to ask the people there if I could hold a workshop if I was already there anyway. The answer was something like: “What exactly? Sounds exciting. When are you going to be there? We’ll set that up.”
Catalyst Shadowrun 16-Months-Calendar
Short Story Advent Calendar 2023
24 short stories in a wintry setting, written by 24 very different authors* from different genres.
Incredibly fun to create. Probably not the last of its kind.
You also want to realize a crazy sounding project? Then feel free to contact me.