Lily Bowditch


The Screen Queensland Games Residency is a 52-week program for early-career game developers, focused on developing the skills and knowledge required to develop new games and games studios.

Operating in the style of an Artist-In-Residence program, ten successful participants will be provided with co-working space, access to leading industry experts, business mentoring and income support.


Lily is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science at the University of Queensland. Lily’s experiences as a queer woman with a disability has inspired them to create games that are inclusive and accessible. 

Project Partners

Lindsay Kelso and Aaron Hambling

Residency Project

Lily, Lindsay and Aaron will be working on creating visually stunning, imaginative, story-driven games that can be enjoyed by all. 

Residency Goals

Through her time in Screen Queensland’s Games Residency program, Lily would like to use the opportunity to work with like-minded developers to create a finished product and enhance her skillset to progress her career. 

Find out more about the Games Residency