Laura Fryer to keynote Develop

Warner Bros Seattle studio boss to head Brighton conference's business track
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Warner Bros Seattle studio boss to head Brighton conference's business track
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The vice president and general manager for Warner Bros trio of Seattle studios is to keynote the business track at the Develop in Brighton conference.

Laura Fryer, who oversees Snowblind, Monolith and Surreal Software, will deliver a talk titled ‘Managing the Mystery’, where she will look at game development as a creative process, and address how to 'support and lead that process within the constraints of business, using real world examples from projects past and present'.

“Like the best games, game development itself can never be mastered, but may be improved upon," offered Fryer. "I think that Develop in Brighton is a wonderful opportunity for us to share and learn from each other and I look forward to participating,”

Fryer, who was named as one of The Hollywood Reporter's ‘Top 12 Most Influential Women in Gaming’ will join numerous other industry opinion formers at the Develop in Brighton Conference, taking place from July 19th to 21st this year.

Other Develop sessions recently confirmed include:

No Console Required? – Bulldozing the Barriers to Entry
Andrew Eades, Relentless Software

From Phones to High End PCs: How to Scale Your Technology
Aras Pranckevicius, Unity

Innovation - A State of Mind
Nick Baynes, Black Rock Studio

Why great games don't always sell
Gareth Wilson, Sumo Digital

Being Agile in a Waterfall world
Brynley Gibson, Zoe Mode

You Want What When? (or How Tools Saved My Life)
Jim Fowler, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe

The Keys To Unlock Believable Performance
Mark Estdale, Casting and Voice Director, OMUK

Sound Psychology: Using Subliminal Sound To Prime The Subconscious Mind
Alex Joseph, Senior Sound Designer and Producer

For more information visit the event's official website.

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