Get Some Sleep is an independent games development studio based in London, UK, focused on presenting innovative and unconventional gameplay experiences. Founded in 2018 by artist and developer Ioannis Pitsikalis and composer Harry Brokensha, the international team now consists of several creative professionals from a wide range of experience and education.

The team is currently developing Regression, a first-person horror game for PC, which will be first playable at EGX London ( at the ExCel Center from the 17th-20th October 2019.


Ioannis Pitsikalis is a graduate student of the Athens School of Fine Arts. He has participated in numerous exhibitions and workshops that combine the conventional with the unconventional. His work is structured through sculpture, painting and digital art such as video installations and game development. Currently, he is a postgraduate student at the National Film and Television School in Game Development. Over the past years, he has developed games and VR projects with the main focus on visual storytelling.

Harry Brokensha is a composer and instrumentalist. His work for film and television has been broadcast internationally and screened at film festivals worldwide, and his concert work has been performed at venues such as the Royal Albert Hall and O2 Arena in London. He is a graduate of New College, Oxford University, where he studied BA Music. He is currently studying MA Composing at the National Film and Television School.

João Fonte is a sound engineer and designer, working within film, video games, music and multimedia installations. Originally from Porto, Portugal, where he did his BA in Music Production and Technologies at Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espectáculo, he is currently finishing his MA in Sound Design at the National Film and Television School, in Beaconsfield, UK.  Currently, he is working as a dubbing mixer and sound designer for film and video games based in London.

Caroline Webster is a current MA Screenwriting student at the NFTS. Previously, she worked in Los Angeles at Creative Artists Agency in their Motion Picture Literary department. She’s also worked in production with CNN’s Paris Bureau and in creative development with Lynn Harris and Ali Shearmur’s production companies. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts.

Ioannis Spanos is a sound designer. Originally from Athens, Greece he is currently working as a sound designer, based in London, UK.