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Welcome Matt Wilson to NWP!
Matt Wilson has worked in the hobby game industry since 1995 as a concept artist, illustrator, art director and game designer and has even managed to get a little writing done in there as well. After working for several game companies, from the smallest startup to the largest corporation, Matt founded Privateer Press in 2000 as an opportunity to create expressions of his own original property concepts.
Matt has created multiple worlds, designed several games and produced almost a decade’s worth of successful products, including the award winning WARMACHINE and HORDES miniatures games, the Iron Kingdoms RPG setting, and the latest Collectible Miniatures Game sensation, Monsterpocalypse. Matt has gathered 6 of the industry’s esteemed Origin awards & numerous other accolades for the products produced by Privateer Press. Today, he is Privateer’s owner and Chief Creative Officer, overseeing the creative development of every aspect of the company, from game development to miniatures design to marketing.
Since December 2000, the goal of producing the best games possible, Privateer Press has become known for an unparalleled ability to create and bring exciting, original worlds to life in art, fiction, and games. Privateer Press is credited with a steady series of highly successful role playing game and tabletop miniatures game products and has established the honored and acclaimed Iron Kingdoms world setting as well as the award-winning WARMACHINE and HORDES miniatures game properties. In 2008, they entered the collectible miniatures game category with the blockbuster hit Monsterpocalypse, proving to players everywhere that Privateer Press delivers an unmatched level of quality with every project we undertake.
Signed & poised for movies at Dreamworks with Tim Burton, Matt Wilson is positioned to be a major force in L.A.
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