InfiniteQuest rose to popularity in the neurodivergent community for its frank discussions on living with ADHD and depression, but found its stride in the gaming community after they launched ADHDnD, a live-play DnD game that highlights disability and neurodiversity in real play. Their enthusiasm for table top games opened discussions about inclusivity and neurodiversity in TTRPGs and console gaming in a long-form format for an audience of around 250,000 listeners.
Their DnD characters, Helvetica the tiefling cleric and Blumken the half-orc barbarian, have guest starred in a number of popular live-play DnD campaigns, including LarkNetwork, AdventureInc, DiceCreamSandwich and more, and have given them the opportunity to become full-time content creators and professional DnD players.
Besides DnD, they play Minecraft- their QuestCraft project, an all-neurodivergent Minecraft server geared towards inclusivity and accessibility, recently launched and has allowed them to open the conversation even further in the digital sphere. Their secondary campaign, based in the Star Wars Edge of the Empire play system, will premiere May 4th, 2022.
Their work has been seen in Cosmopolitan Magazine, The New York Times, Haaretz, GQ, VICE, Medium, Mashable, Bustle, InStyle, and more. They've been seen on the American Sex Podcast with Sunny Megatron, The Mental Illness Happy Hour with Paul Gilmartin, Prodigy, The Doctors, Carte Blanche, and a host of others.
Their most recent convention appearances include FanExpo NOLA, DragonCon, ECCC, Pax Unplugged, MomoCon, GenCon, PlayOnCon, GameHole Con, GeekBeacon Fest (and several more) this year, where they hosted several panels on inclusivity, accessibility and neurodivergence at the gaming table as well as doing live show podcast recordings.
Their first book on ADHD & relationships is slated for publication in 2022.