George Reid is a PhD student at Kingston University, London. He graduated in 2014 with a first-class BA degree in Creative Music Technologies and has since completed an MA by research, prior to keenly continuing his research into videogame music fandom through a PhD. Through the theoretical framework of Rosi Braidotti’s Nomadic Subjectivity, George’s current research analyses the creativity of contemporary chiptune subculture as affective and nomadic movements. Aside from his academic work, George enjoys composing retro-wave and chiptune music, sound synthesis and design, reading, creating glitch art, and retro gaming.