Two local youngsters are among seven Scots finalists in a competition to find the game designers of the future organised by BAFTA.
Benjamin Cranston, 12, from Carnoustie, and Dundonian Jordan Han, 18, hope to win big at BAFTA’s Young Game Designers awards.
This year 60 finalists aged 10-18 are vying for the two prizes in July, which recognise the best ideas and prototypes created by young people.
Jordan said he was “genuinely shocked” to be nominated in both categories, adding: “It doesn’t feel real that I’m actually a finalist.”
Benjamin, whose idea was inspired by his love of surfing and the BBC series Blue Planet II, said: “I didn’t really expect it and I’m looking forward to it.”