Immersive digital fiction
Dreaming Methods is a UK-based studio that creates immersive and compelling fictional experiences through VR, film, digital art and games, with a strong focus on reimagining writing and literacy.
As an independent studio we strive to create our own artistic projects with a commercial focus to support our growth and sustainability while adding to the creative richness and diversity of the Wakefield/Yorkshire region.
Dreaming Methods’ immersive stories are used in schools and universities worldwide as well as providing a focus for academic research.
Our recent artistic VR collaboration Monoliths was shortlisted for the London Film Festival Immersive XR/Art Award 2022. Our latest award-winning VR experience is The Abandoned Library funded by XR Stories.
Who we are
Judi is the Co-Director and Creative Producer for Dreaming Methods and CEO of One to One Development Trust. A digital artist and filmmaker, she has been producing films, making collaborative digital fiction and writing for narrative-based video games for over two decades.
Judi is passionate about the power of stories bringing people together and making innovative work through technology accessible for as many people as possible. Her work has taken her all over the world.
Andy is the Founder, Co-Director, and Lead Developer of Dreaming Methods. His work as a digital artist combines literature, gaming and immersive technologies spanning over 20 years and has won many international awards.
He is the Digital Director of arts organisation One to One Development Trust. Andy speaks and presents about Digital Fiction internationally but is equally experienced in working with hard to reach communities including with young people.
Partners, Clients & Funders
Supporting the New Media Writing Prize
Dreaming Methods' founder Andy Campbell has been a supporter, developer, speaker and judge for the New Media Writing Prize since its inception in 2010. An international digital writing competition established by Bournemouth University and if:book UK, the Prize is now in it's 13th year.