This week’s Matchbox Makerspace interview was with Dustin Ritchea.
Dustin has always been a storyteller, and The Legend of Nabell (the story behind Roll Seekers) started in fifth grade with a song. It wasn’t until college, however, that Dustin started playing Dungeons and Dragons and Pathfinder, weaving stories for his friends and family. Dustin is currently the Production Director for Indiana Dunes Tourism, where he coordinates the production of video and graphic design projects.
He is also the owner of Nabell Media, a marketing agency that helps, “Let Your Story Tower.”He has a master’s degree in telecommunications (production and design) from Indiana University and bachelor’s degrees in English and theater arts with minors in religion and media writing from Augsburg University. Dustin started Roll Seekers as a way to get together with his loved ones and entertain others who are seeking adventure, glory, and an escape from the mundane, as long as they’re all willing to go both, “there and back again.”
About Matchbox Makerspace:
Matchbox Makerspace is the place to be when it comes to crafting anything and everything.
MatchBOX is a place to work for those who don’t have places to work. Think of a coffee shop mashed up with an office park in an old garage. It’s a room full of desks with all the amenities you need to get work done: 24-hour secure access, conference rooms, the fastest internet in town, and an unlimited supply of coffee and snacks.
It’s a great place to start a new business, or to grow an existing small business. It’s for the hobbyist with a crazy new idea, the moonlighting entrepreneur, or the professional office nomad. It’s for developers, designers, strategists, artisans, writers, makers, and change-makers of all types. It’s a home for the creative class in Lafayette, West Lafayette, and throughout the midwest.
From cosplay to brewing, you never know what will be next. Catch their interviews live every Monday at https://www.facebook.com/MatchBOXMakerspace.