PhD Candidate, Game Studies, RMIT University

Brendan Keogh is a PhD candidate at RMIT whose research is primarily concerned with how we experience and understand videogame play, and forwarding a videogame criticism that can trace the network of interrelationships between player and game.

He is also a freelance videogame critic and journalist writing for a variety of Australian and international outlets including Kill Screen, Hyper, Edge, Ars Techinca, Paste, and Games On Net.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD candidate, game studies, RMIT University

Education

  •  
    RMIT University, PhD (game studies) (ongoing)
  • 2011 
    University of Queensland, Bachelor of Arts, Honours (Communication and Cultural Studies)