Michelle Sorger is the former the Vice President and Treasurer of the Game Audio Network Guild as well as a member of the IGDA and IASIG professional associations. Prior to holding the post of Vice President, Michelle served as the GANG Director of Development beginning 2005.
Michelle Sorger has over 20 years of experience in the game industry and has worked on over 35 successful titles, from arcade experiences to home console products, both as an in-house audio director and a freelance designer. She was part of the development team that won a Software Innovation Award in 1995 for the game STREET HOCKEY ’95. Other titles include: “Ivan Iron Man Stewart’s Super Off Road”, as well as the popular Ken Griffrey Jr. series, “Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey, Jr.” and “Ken Griffey, Jr.’s Slugfest.”
She received a Distinguished Service Award at the 4th annual GANG awards in 2006. Her company “S’Digital” provides freelance game and audio development to top studios across the country. In addition to working for GANG and her own company S’Digital, Michelle works with A.V.P. Productions a state of the art audio facility in Southern California. Michelle is very involved in the game development community giving back her time encouraging women game developers and musicians and was one of the co-founders and directors of the “Girls in Games” initiative.
In her spare time she enjoys playing piano, keyboards and flute in local area ensembles, school groups and orchestras. She will be appearing as part of the pit orchestra for productions of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “Young Frankenstein,” and “The Who’s Tommy” opening summer 2013 at the Moonlight Amphitheater (www.moonlightstage.com) in North County San Diego.
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