The founders, Jason and Nicole, are Boston locals who hope that your Trapology® Boston game experience will be an intoxicating escape from reality. The two Bentley graduates have played escape games all over the world and are excited to bring their creative interpretation of the escape game experience to Boston. Though their backgrounds are in finance and accounting, their experience in the theater community has been most helpful in building and designing an immersive game experience.
Are you interested in being a part of our team? E-mail Tina@trapologyboston.com with a cover letter and resume. Also tell us what your favorite cookie is and what super power you wish you had.)
The Trapology® Boston Team
Fun fact: I have Spooky Scary Skeletons tattoo.
Not-so-fun fact:’07-’08 Celtics documentaries make me happy cry.
Fun fact: I have seen every episode of Gilmore girls more than three times
Not-so-fun fact: When I was younger, I was hit in the head with a rock thrown by my bestfriend and had to get 20 stitches.
Fun fact: I love wombats in the same way that people love cat videos.
Not-so-fun fact: I’ve broken a lot of bones. Just… a lot.
Fun fact: I can recite the entire Star Wars Episode 3 Obi-Wan and Anakin Skywalker fight dialog
Not-so-fun fact: I am deathly afraid of Edward Scissorhands
Fun fact: I’ve seen both of the living Beatles in concert.
Not-so-fun fact: I’ve seen both of the living Beatles in concert.
Fun fact: Was on a business card for a photographer
Not-so-fun fact: Bought a $200 costume and never even wore it once.
Fun fact: Didn’t turn in the only graded assignment for a class and still got an ‘A’
Not-so-fun fact: Lost his laptop once and had to ask BJ Novak to find it
Fun fact: Formed a boy band in 8th grade called “5 x Fresh”
Not-so-fun fact: The only goal I ever scored in soccer was on myself.
Fun fact: Fought a robot in the original Battle Bots area
Fun fact: Blossoming rapper
Not-so-fun fact: Won a cereal box contest, but it was too late to redeem it.
Fun fact: I won 18th place in a “bikejouring” race. (I pull a human on a bicycle)
Not-so-fun fact: Nate thinks I’m a cat.