My given name is 尚倫 (Shang Lun). To pronounce it, take the SHA of shark and the UNG of hunger and blend it into one syllable, then take the L of love and the UN of Wunderbar to obtain Lun. My family name is 李, romanized as Lee. You can also call me Harry.
I'm a playful designer, independent game maker, antidisciplinary artist, community organizer, and serial comma user. My interests include linguistics, ecological economics, urban exploration, a cappella vocal ensembles, water polo, and tea.
I'm a Chinese Malaysian Australian. I moved to Jakarta when I was 6, then to Lexington, MA when I was 12, then returned to Melbourne for highschool. At university I studied medicine, commerce, and games – though not all at the same time. I have a sister (who is brilliant) and a dog (who isn't but I still love him).
I'm the creative director of PlayReactive, a team of multidisciplinary artists making unique interactive experiences, from videogames to immersive theater. I sometimes lecture at RMIT University and the University of Melbourne. In 2013, I was the co-director of Australian independent games festival Freeplay.