Chris Miller is a Native Hawaiian activist, educator, and founder of Silver Spook Games, the worker-owned cooperative studio behind the adventure game Neofeud.
Chris worked as a social worker and STEM teacher for under-served and at-risk youth in Honolulu, Hawaii for several years, which consisted disproportionately of impoverished Native Hawaiians, Asians and Pacific Islanders. The art, stories, and gameplay of Neofeud are largely a reflection of his experiences.
Chris has spoken at a variety of conferences including the North American Science Fiction Convention and imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, on the “Night of the Indigenous Devs” panel.
Chris has also given guest lectures on Neofeud, his life, and activism at the University of British Columbia and the University of San Diego.
Twitter: @silvrspookgames @silverspookguy