Reece Bridger was born on the 17th of September 1995 in the south of England. He is noted as coming into this world kicking and screaming, as if dragged out of his natural environment. In some respects this is true; all small, warm, dark spaces are the same as far as he’s concerned. Almost always on his laptop, Reece can usually be found at his work desk trying to learn how to write descriptions of himself, as well as developing his many works.
Reece’s first published novel, ‘The Perfect Mortals’, was self-published in 2013; it was then accepted to be re-released by Great Minds Think Aloud Publishing, who also published the sequel - 'Company of Heroes' - in January 2015 until Reece and the publisher parted ways in July of the same year. Reece is now back in the self-publishing game, bringing back 'The Perfect Mortals' and 'Company of Heroes' on the Ides of March 2016. ‘Disciples of Blood’, the third and final instalment in the Buan trilogy, was finally self-published in August 2016, escaping the sixteen or more other books being knocked around in Reece's muddled mind.
Not just a single threat, Reece also works as a self-managed voice actor, director and producer. He is the owner and founder of the online production group ‘No Studio In Particular’, under whose banner he's produced an irreverent workplace audio-dramedy, 'Zoolaplex', for over three years. He's now set his sights on the networks, partnering with Russ Adams of Escape Design FX to animate a full pilot episode of 'Zoolaplex' in the hopes of bringing his characters, jokes and unapologetic swearing to the screen forever.
Reece was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome around 2011, though this nor his age stopped him from pursuing his dreams. Reece is an avid feminist and progressive socialist; believes in equality, justice and acceptance, and considers himself an advocate for autistic spectrum disorders and other non-neurotypical conditions. He's a recent graduate of the University of Winchester, studying fiction, screen and graphic novel writing and achieving a Bachelor's degree (with honours) in Creative Writing despite everyone's warnings that it was a stupid idea. He's a firm believer in the power of possibility, and that despite any social or economic disadvantage, the possibilities are truly endless.
After all, he hasn't annoyed anyone to the point of murdering him yet.
A full list of Reece's creative projects, credits and skills can be found on his open-access creative résumé.