Our Team

Maury Elizabeth Brown
President and CEO


After working as a marketing and communications executive for a Fortune 500 company, Maury Brown moved to the education sector, where she has more than 15 years experience designing curriculum, delivering and assessing instruction, and conducting research on engagement and learning with students in elementary school through graduate school. A diverse writer of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction with degrees in literature and creative writing from the University of Virginia, she is finishing her PhD in Rhetoric & Cultural Studies, researching larps as participatory design and interactive storytelling. She has been involved in role-playing games since the early 1990s.

Benjamin A. Morrow
Vice President and COO


With an extensive background in tabletop role-playing games, Ben Morrow began larping in 1996. Along with a team of designers and gamemasters, he ran a multi-year serialized larp in Ohio and planned and hosted other multi-day larp and table-top events. An avid video gamer and game reviewer, Morrow also writes fiction, primarily in the science fiction and fantasy genres. With nearly two decades of business experience in various sectors, Morrow also has a background in theater, including experience as an actor, stage manager, and stage combat choreographer.

Claus Raasted

Claus Raasted is the author of 17 books on larp and is the owner of the larp company Rollespilsakademiet. Claus makes his living doing larps for libraries, banks, schools, churches, trade unions, and everything in between.

Claus won his volunteering larp spurs back in the 90’s, and is the founder and chairman of Denmark’s largest larp non-profit organization Rollespilsfabrikken, which has been behind international projects such as College of Wizardry, Fairweather Manor, the Motherland/Vaterland mini-series and the 2013 Panopticorp rerun.

Charles Bo Nielsen

Charles Bo Nielsen works professionally with larp at the Danish company Rollespilsakademiet, teaches as a volunteer at the Norwegian/Lithuanian Larp Summer School, and is one of the driving forces behind the Rollespilsfabrikken/Liveform collaborations College of Wizardry and Fairweather Manor. Charles traces his larp roots back to the Fata Morgana kids larp campaign, which he and a friend started at age 13. Since then, he’s been involved in larps ranging from ”What are you worth?” (for Discovery Channel) to ”Sin City” (a larp in black and white inspired by the movie of the same name) and the international mini-larp ”Anders Ebbehøj presents Showtime – Fame is Power”.

We build a custom team of writers, character coaches, set dressers, scenographers, makeup, special effects, props, costume, lighting and sound designers, organizers, and logistics specialists to assist us with every production.