Malcolm Wilson Multimedia
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Headquarters: Seba Beach, Alberta, Canada
Key people: Malcolm Wilson
Website: http://icculus.org/mwm <br> </div>
Malcolm Wilson Multimedia is a studio founded by Malcolm Wilson to front his multimedia projects, and has since taken on work for others, as well as its on in-house projects and productions. The logo and theme for the studio was created in 2006, but is first public website was launched in 2009, and more properly on July 1, 2011 under the hosting patronage of icculus.org. Brogo, its first project, was however initially launched earlier on January 1, 2005.
Its greatest long-term relationship has been with Piga Software, co-founded by his younger brothers Hamish and Graham L. Wilson. This began with the Brogo tie-in game Donut Quest in 2006, with MWM creating the game's graphics and composing its game soundtrack. Earlier compositions by Malcolm were also used in the still unreleased title Billy Bear in July 2005, and MWM has since composed the soundtrack for Windys in 2009. MWM has also done multimedia work, and even orignial content creation for Alexei Volkov series (2009, 2011), Piga's collection of holiday games (2010-2011), and the demonstrative game Childish Cannoneer (2012). It has also created the pre-rendered models presently found in the Lamp Refuge (2009) technical demo.
MWM has also created work for his brothers' other endeavours, including the younger twins' Blood Wiki (2008-) and Warren Zevon Wiki (2009), Hamish's Chzo Mythos GNU/Linux Binaries (2010), and his older brother Iain Wilson's start-up TechnoMage Computer Solutions (2011). It also now serves as an incubator for Graham Wilson's Symel animation project. In August 2008, the brothers began work on a science fiction comedy project which became Space Rover, eventually releasing its first pilot episode "Undocumented Features", as an audio drama, on May 31, 2013. Malcolm Wilson also continues to dabble with various fair use projects in his spare time for both practice and entertainment. A ranch photograph by Malcolm Wilson, as well as an artistic depiction of the Gainford derailment (based on visual recollection) were published alongside articles by Graham L. Wilson in the left-wing periodical People's Voice in the November 16-30, 2012 and 2013 issues.