Meet the staff of Gameosity.com
Andrew Fisher – Cofounder, Chief Editor, Game Collector, Custom Dice Lover
Andrew’s been a gamer since he got the original NES when he was six years old, and has never felt the need or desire to stop. A love of video games was joined by a love of roleplaying games in college, and then along came board games, which have become a real passion. He likes all flavors of games, from the competitive to the cooperative, but he is happiest when everyone at the table is having a good time, no matter what the actual game is.
Recent favorites are Istanbul, Castles of Burgundy, Descent 2nd edition, and Splendor.
Jessica Fisher – Cofounder, PR Valkyrie, Editor, Meeple Assigner, Pie Baker
Jessica Fisher is a freelance writer from NYC with a passion for worker placement games. In her spare time she practices karate, photographs fun things in NYC, bakes cookies, and generally geeks out about stuff. You can read some of her other work on Geek & Sundry
Joshua Gaylord – Writer, Teacher, and Rondel Lover.
Josh is a high school English teacher whose interest in board gaming is as intense as it is recent. Brought up on Parcheesi and Uno, he discovered the world of modern hobby board gaming only a couple years ago–and his quickly-growing collection of games has already motivated multiple rearrangements of his furniture. His favorite games tend to be medium-heavy Euros like Keyflower or Village, but–let’s face it–his tastes are promiscuous, and he finds it hard to turn down any game looking to get played.
Debbie Rolf – Photographer, Cosplay Enthusiast, Convention Veteran
Debbie is our newest member of the team. Always having considered herself ‘gamer adjacent’ rather than a proper gamer (whatever that means), Debbie gives us a fresh perspective. She’s already got some favorites, like the Harry Potter Deckbuilding Game, Pandemic, and Deception: Murder in Hong Kong, and has started dipping into the deeper end of the pool with some heavier Euros. As our newest site photographer, she’ll make sure our reviews keep looking great!