Thomas Eliot, the Designer and CEO, has been playing boardgames and “improving” them since he was 1d6 years old. He’d always dreamed of becoming a board game designer, but didn’t realize that he could actually make that happen until last year. Businessweek called him a “rosy-cheeked, fresh faced…Guardian of the Apocalypse“, which has nothing to do with boardgames, but he can’t resist bringing it up.
Allison Rea, the Developer and Owner, can read faster than you. She’s been playing tabletop games since before she was born, and is the co-designer and head playtester of Professor Pugnacious, and co-founder of Sixpence Games. She’s also a secret agent or some such idk, it’s all very hush-hush.
Andrea Renaisse, the Artist for Professor Pugnacious, is a forty-something artist from Vancouver, Washington. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, she lives in a 1935-never-gonna-get-fixed-up-cause-stuff-keeps-breakin house with her companion, two dogs, a cat, and one very bratty beagle who thinks she is a daughter. Andrea has a B.F.A. from Pacific Northwest College of Art and a M.Ed. from Central Washington University. Currently she operates her family advertising business, but her spare time, if there is any, revolves around doing art and playing video games like she is a teenager.
Brent Hengeveld, the Musician, is the next John Williams. He is available to hire to write the soundtrack to your next hit game or billion dollar blockbuster film, or whatever else pays the bills. His hobby is trying to build a time machine so he can be a contemporary of the early John Williams. His true dream is writing both the script and the music for the next Star Wars, but now that it’s been announced who’s doing it, it looks like that dream has been dashed on the vicious rocks of George Lucas.
Josh Wright, the Artist for Cultists of Cthulhu. After many years working in graphic design, he realised that games illustration would better fit his desire to draw strange environments, odd characters and weird creatures. Since then, Josh has worked on around two dozen board and computer games, bringing to life sweeping fantasy deserts, far future revolutions and steam powered dinosaurs
Nicholas Small, the Artist for Murder Most Foul. Nick is the winner of the first Sixpence Games art contest, and has done a smashing job illustrating all these foul figures whom you’ll love finding ways to murder.