Right this moment, BAFTA has announced that Siobhan Reddy, studio director of Media Molecule, can be awarded the BAFTA Fellowship at this yr’s Video games Awards ceremony.
The Fellowship award is the academy’s highest honour, given to people for his or her achievements and contributions to the medium. Reddy will obtain the award for her “inventive contribution to the business”, in addition to her “pioneering work on advocacy for range, inclusion and inventive and collaborative working tradition”.
Reddy joined Media Molecule shortly after its founding in 2006 and was named studio director just some years later. She says she’s “extremely honoured and moved” to be receiving the Fellowship, which she provides “supplies additional motivation” for her and others to champion “inclusivity, range and constructing a piece tradition that celebrates creativity”.
With the Fellowship award, Reddy joins the likes of John Carmack, Hideo Kojima, Shigeru Miyamoto, Tim Schafer, Gabe Newell, and lots of others as recipients. We should lengthen our congratulations to her for this well-deserved award.
In the event you’re taken with studying extra about Siobhan Reddy and her time at Media Molecule, we conducted an interview with her last month, which you’ll be able to learn by the hyperlink.
In different information, Media Molecule’s create-’em-up Desires has been nominated for multiple BAFTA awards. The ceremony is ready to happen on 25th March, in just some days.