I’m a digital producer and researcher based in London. I make interactive experiences designed to educate, inform and bring people together, whether websites, apps, games, or something non-screen-based to be used in physical space. I specialise in playful, research-led factual projects which explain history or science using interaction.

Over the last few years I’ve done work for institutions and brands such as Tate, V&A Museum, Natural History Museum, Historic Royal Palaces, BBC, Channel 4, Nokia and Warner Bros, working with companies like Hide&Seek, Coney, Caper, and Somethin’ Else, as well as working with academics to understand how games can be useful inside classrooms.

If you’d like to get in touch it’s sophie at sophiesampson.com, or find me as @booglysticks on twitter. (And if you’re wondering what a booglystick is, it’s an example of family lego nomenclature. Most modern kids now call them light sabre blades.)