About Us

Along with building a reputation for delivering a high-quality service and AAA titles we're passionate about our team and vision.

We're growing and improving all aspects of Red Kite Games. Possessing an established pedigree for producing top quality games, the Red Kite team comprises members who not only have extensive experience within the games industry, but this experience has been built by collectively working together for the majority of our careers.

Best places to work in 2020 award

Our Culture

We're focused on providing high quality projects, the right work-life balance and recognition and reward. All these areas are equally important to us at Red Kite and combined with our exceptional learning and development initiatives we believe passionately in the culture we've curated and are proud of our amazing staff retention.

Along with developing our skills we're focused on health and wellbeing, with programs to support our employees including mental health support, and a focus on equality, diversity and inclusion promoted by our employee led steering groups. 

With a zero-crunch mentality, flexitime and competitive benefits to round off the package we've created more than a 'team', we've made an ego-free, positive and friendly environment that works smarter, not harder.

Various images of our team


Our leadership has a proven track record for producing award-winning games. Leadership with outstanding careers in the industry gives the Red Kite team members shared experience with people who have been instrumental in developing some of the biggest titles of the past two and a half decades for the likes of Rockstar, Activision and Sony.

Under this leadership Red Kite are developing into THE games studio to build a career at in Yorkshire and the North of England. Multi-platform, multi-genre and AAA we're working on wide range of projects with big name partners, working with good people on great games.

Simon Iwaniszak

Studio Director

David Roberts

Creative Director

Andrew Greensmith

Technical Director