I'm not here to "make profit" but to create value – by facilitating conversations, making art, and sharing insights that will nourish us and future generations.
As a member of a planetary renaissance, my work is to share my wide-eyed wonder and holistic view of science, art, and evolutionary spirituality. I've always noticed things that other people don't and have a lot of time to read – my hope is that I can help cultivate the curiosity and play we need to thrive in this accelerating age of transformation.
In service of this, I'm the host of Future Fossils Podcast, the pioneer of cyberacoustic guitar, a ten-year veteran of live performance painting, an essayist and public speaker, and author of How to Live in the Future, a book-in-progress on the synthesis of evolution, art, technology, and consciousness.
I also run an email newsletter called Crypto Reader that digests the best cryptocurrency news I find – providing context and orbital insights on this vital moment in the evolution of society.
Check the posts for bountiful free samples of these things. I love to gift this work away!
For those of you with cash to spare, your generous support makes projects like these possible:
Podcasts – Future Fossils Podcast (at iTunes & Stitcher Radio) is a digital museum of provocative, profound discussions with a growing list of awesome guests. Explore time, and our species' place in it, through banter of the geeky, unconventional, free-roaming, fun, irreverent, and thoughtful kind – an auditory psychedelic to prepare you for a wilder future than we can imagine.
Writing – I write frequently to connect ideas and catalyze emergent insights. Current projects include short works of experimental sci-fi and my first book, How To Live in the Future, in which I view the future through the lens of evolutionary history. What insights do a study of the past reveal about our destiny on Earth? What are the opportunities in all this transformation?
Paintings – Beginning with four years in natural history illustration, I got into painting live at festivals and concerts, and have created nearly 400 paintings, over ten years and countless musical collaborators. This work has brought me everywhere from Burning Man to NASA to Australia, to render visions of a future in which nature and technology have merged in peace...
Check out my posts for plenty of free goodies! If you would like to help but can't afford to be a patron, that's okay – I'm glad you're here and open to whatever forms help takes. Say hi and I will gladly write you back!