Barron Crossland

ICT

I have been a teacher of ICT for over 17 years and joined the college in 2014. Since I got my first home computer, a Texas Instruments TI99-4A, I have always been developing computer games, be that programming Space Invaders or developing mods for current games like “7 Days to Die”.

At university I delved into the VR realms with my final thesis, created around the “VEEU, Virtual environment exercise unit). I was also responsible for the first LAN party at the University of Hull when I and 19 other students descended on the Student Union building with our systems for 48 hours. In 2017 I entered into the social vlogging scene when I started up my own YouTube and Twitch streaming channels, which I still run to this day.