Meet the Team at Gemhammer!


Conor Napier is a professional Graphic Designer and Graduate Student at Harvard University. As the multiclassing skill jockey of the group, Conor's many roles include Art Director, Illustrator. Graphic Designer, Web Designer, Operations Manager, Spell-caster, Community Manager and Co-founder of Gemhammer and Sons Gaming. He’s a roleplayer and a dice roller with a strong love for Dungeons and Dragons. He loves games and is excited to play, just ask him and he’ll join in!


Joe Curran is a full time community manager, rules lawyer, and an avid tabletop roleplayer for over a decade, Joe is the resident DM of the Gemhammer Team. Generally, his job is to take the great ideas from the rest of the team and turn them into great resources for the playing of tabletop games. Preferring Support Classes over doing heavy damage, Joe is a veteran of many great battles in AD&D, 3.0, 3.5, 4e, Pathfinder, and 5e. Songs have been written in his honor, but only by himself.


Kate Kehoe is our Operations Manager, shipper, receiver, and maker of mystery dice. Tinkerer and fabricator extraordinaire, this tiny yet unruly ginger is responsible for taking all of our crayon sketches on napkins and turning them into physical objects for all of you to enjoy.

Our Contributors!


Amanda Kahl is the creator of the webcomic Age of Night and a freelance illustrator in the tabletop gaming industry. You can also catch her playing RPGs on several webshows and podcasts, and peddling nerdy T-shirts. Amanda lives in the woods of Maine with her family and enjoys gaming, gardening, and adventuring outdoors.


Abbey Thon is a character designer and visual development artist from Burlington, Vermont. She plays D&D with friends in her spare time and loves adventures. Her work features bright colors and whimsical themes that evoke a sense of wonder. She is passionate about animation, the color pink, princesses, music, animals, and sleeping in. You wouldn’t know she is 21 unless you asked—she is a true kid at heart.


Beth Vargas studied animation at the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University and has a masters in Library Information Science, while doing freelance illustration on the side. Beth is a Boston gal, born and raised. She loves video games (perhaps a little too much), anime, and making puns. In her free time, she enjoys making fan art, writing fan fiction, and dabbling in storytelling. But what she looks forward to most of all is being a part of intriguing projects and sharing her creations with the world.