My name is Shalev Moran.

Born 1985 in Jerusalem. Today I live in Copenhagen.

I am the Games Program Curator for Print Screen Festival. I work as a game designer for several startups, while also developing my own creative projects. I am studying for an M.A. in Game Design at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

 

In recent years I worked as a Game Designer and Narrative Designer for Plarium and StikiPixels and as a lecturer at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design where I taught the class Narrative Design for Digital Games. I also wrote and presented a games segment on Israeli Channel 10.

Before videogames I've done a lot of street art as well as performance art, some of which can be found in the Past Lives section on this site. I received my B.A. from TAU's Honors Program in the Humanities and Arts.

 

I've also done some journalistic work. In addition to Channel 10, I wrote for Time Out Tel Aviv and Nana10, mainly about culture and technology.

To invite me for a lecture or an exhibition, or for any other matter, feel free to shoot me an email.