Ben Mathis – Queens Building, De Montfort University, Leicester, 12 December 2007, 5-6.30pm Ben Mathis ( http://www.poopinmymouth.com ) is a games artist who has worked on ten titles since 2003 including Ghost Recon 2, Tony Hawk Project 8, and Hellgate London for various studios. He will be talking about his experiences within the games industry, a highly collaborative field, and what he has learnt of the creative process from this. Wednesday 12th December, 2007, in the Queens building Room Q1.10 5.00pm – 6.30pm We recommend you reserve a place in order to avoid disappointment. This can be done through the website at www.creativityconversation.co.uk The Creativity Conversations are organized by Creativity East Midlands (CREEM) – http://creem.dmu.ac.uk/ CREEM is a network of researchers and practitioners based in the Institute of Creative Technologies at De Montfort University but extending into the wider community. CREEM network participants come from a wide range of disciplines but share a common interest in creativity and innovation. We are investigating the terms used to describe creativity and innovation with the aim of developing a common language that works across different disciplines, and are looking at how creativity can enhance innovative practice. Creativity Conversations are supported by NLab – www.narrativelab.org CREEM is funded by AHRC, Arts Council England, DTI and ESRC through the Nature of Creativity scheme.