Re: we're looking for LARPers
I don't know about industry, but here's my LARP certifications:
I have been larping for nine years, and for three or four of those I've been arranging LARPs for other people, writing source materials and personal plots for other players and so on. The LARPing organisations I've been active in have, for the better part of those nine years, set up LARPs for fifty to one hundred and fifty people.
We have worked closely together with the SCA.
We have worked with vampire LARPers and I've been to some vampire LARPs, and I do have a pretty good knowledge of the Worl of Darkness at least (at least the Masquerade - I dabble in the Requiem variety), although I may have to refresh my memory of the Mind's Eye Theatre.
We have also worked together with the cities and municipalities and even counties we live in to get their help to create better and larger larps - and to help them spread larping and gaming as hobbies.
The roles I've filled in the organisation are as a player, as logistics staff and as one of the Game Master/Writer squad.
I'm also active in the Swedish Gamer's Union (the umbrella organisation for gaming and LARPing clubs/organisations and also gaming conventions) so I have a fairly good insight in the different ways LARPs are arranged across the country, and some cross-country larp projects, such as Knutpunkt and Dragonbane.
So I guess what I'm saying is that I'm a European larper of the mainly medieval category, with good insight in how the organisatorial parts of at least middle sized larps actually work, and how to make it work with the community one lives in (at least in Sweden).
I own a headset and Skype works, I also have the time and (I hope) the language ability.
What I don't have, though, is an active forum history