Unruly Studios


Unruly Studios is an educational technology company that combines physical, recess style play with STEM education for kids. Our products get kids moving and engaging with the world around them as they learn how to code.

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Management Team

Founder & CEO

Bryanne Leeming

Bryanne grew up in Hanover, NH where she learned about running a business from her parents who owned and operated a local restaurant. She has worked in timepiece product development for a global luxury brand, Harry Winston, and in project management and sales at adMarketplace. Bryanne has an MBA from Babson College and a B.A. & Sc. in Cognitive Science from McGill University. She was recently named a 2016 Best & Brightest MBA by Poets & Quants.

Technical Lead

Daniel Ozick

Daniel Ozick is a software and electrical engineer who specializes in robotics and other computational systems that incorporate physical elements and real-time interactions. At iRobot, Daniel led software development for the second generation of the Roomba robot vacuum and multiple robotic toys. Daniel designed all the electronics and software for Unruly Splats current prototypes and is named on fourteen patents.

Education Lead

Amon Millner

Amon Millner is a professor of Computing and Innovation at Olin College of Engineering. He was part of the MIT Media Lab Lifelong Kindergarten team that made Scratch, a kids coding language and community with over 14 million projects. He improved outreach of the Computer Clubhouses and the Fab Labs to promote computer science and maker education globally. He is the Co-Founder at ModKit, which makes software that lets kids program hardware.

Co-Founder & Chief Development Officer

David Kunitz

David has over 25 years experience designing and manufacturing toys at Hasbro, Mattel, and Tyco Toys. Most recently he designed and manufactured MegaTracks Lionel Trains. In the past, he has built everything from Star Wars Lightsabers to GI Joe and Tonka Truck products with leading toy companies as well as athletic equipment for Reebok.

VP of Marketing

Natasha Fahey