Hi, my name is Gustav B. Eckrodt.

Most people call me Gus.
About Me

Early on already, I found myself not just playing video games but also making my own content for them. In fact, some of the most fun and social memories I treasure come from testing my new levels with my friends.

And thus, I began my journey to the fast and colorful world of game design.

Let’s go back in time. Way back to the year 2008. I just had my very first computer, equipped with TeamSpeak and Counter-Strike: Source. Life was weightless back then, talking to my friends after school was over, enjoying countless hours on the latest of my craziest and zaniest creations for that game.

This early phase, which came from my passion to create, paved the cornerstone of what I was about to get into.

Fast forward by more than a decade, I find myself with a Bachelor of Arts from a dutch study route called Game Design and Production.

Over the years, my focus on who I want to be evolved. If you would have asked me at the beginning of my studies, where I would see myself in five years, I would have said I wanted to be a 3D-Artist and Level Designer.

Ask me now, and my definitive answer matured towards virtual reality. VR has a wonderful gift of fully immersing players into situations and environments, that they could not ever find themselves in in the normal world. I want to use that opportunity to show and tell, and most importantly, entertain!

Admittedly, putting my work and self into the spotlight is something I dearly enjoy. And it brings many perks with it – tapping into many different aspects of the contemporary sector of our times. I organized events. I was a show host. I ran a bar and spun the records at parties. I became a team lead at a creative-technology company and a mentor for aspiring students.

And it’s only the beginning of my journey.

So, now you know a bit about me. But who are you? Tell me about it!
Want to connect? Work together? I am always happy to hear of new opportunities. Shoot me a message!

There's more!

Of course, there's only so much more stuff I create and do apart from the featured work samples and research projects shown here. So please, allow me to take you soon onto an adventure about old, forgotten projects of mine, and other work worth a mention somewhere at least. It'll be a little blog from the past, written in the now.

I'm looking forward to posting stories of my earliest works that have shaped me into the person that I am today. Stay tuned for Arrivals and Departures.