Dustin is our brainy man behind the scenes, for lack of better term. He has been a video game enthusiast for most of his life and recently has become interested in designing his own. Roughly six months before joining Savage Prey, Dustin realized none of the games he could find fully checked every box on his wants list for gameplay. His preliminary idea model for his design would be a survival driven, open world, and first person shooter. When asked if he knew of any close or comparable games on the market, he explained that, in his opinion, if he were to try to compare too in depth, it would influence the direction he would take his own game. He isn’t interested in following closely to any other creators ideas and doesn’t have any in mind to specifically compete with. Some of his favorite games currently out there are GTA 5, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, The Forest, and World of Tanks. His preferred style is open world as opposed to point A to point B driven. Beyond his interest in designing games, he also hosts a YouTube channel relative to the games he currently plays. He uses the handle ‘iup09’ and counts ‘BayAreaBugs’ and ‘Polecat324’ as inspiring YouTubers he follows.
Elisabeth is the Owner here at Savage Prey. She primarily works with creators in the label alongside her own endeavors in literature. She fell in love with books at a young age but with art much later in life. Her first writing project was a fiction story with a magical twist that she started at age 10. These days, she doesn’t generally write in the Science Fiction or Supernatural categories often, instead choosing the delve into Psychological Thrillers and Mystery. Her latest work is a twisted Trilogy built on an unreliable narrator haunted by a string of murders that leave bodies missing organs commonly sold on the Black Market. The Trilogy is known as ‘The Rave Trilogy’ and consists respectively of ‘Shadows in the Dark’, ‘Trailing Smoke’, and ‘Scorched Earth’. Her inspirations in the fiction world are Fyodor Dostoevsky, ‘Crime and Punishment’, and JK Rowling, ‘Harry Potter’. The ability of Rowling to create such a depth of worldbuilding made a massive impact on Elisabeth early on, and she was even able to write a History project on the fictional world as if it was nonfiction. Dostoevsky has influenced her much more as an adult because of his personal experiences and background during his life. She added, “The way he put his darkness into his work and harnessed that energy is profound.” During writing breaks, Elisabeth works on simple art pieces and notes Lindsay Rapp as her favorite artist currently out there.
Personal Interview Recordings Coming Soon!