One of the deleted scenes from Dark Net. Working with my trainer Liz Leedle.
2014 The Economist
While in London for a wearable tech conference keynote I was asked by the Economist to shoot a video of my typical day.
2014 Swedish TV
Preparing for an interview in Sweden. International interviews are interesting because they often have different manners and question "Types". Much more loose than the US.
2014 Innovation Crush
My first spit take was on Chris Denson's Innovation Crush. A copy of the interview is online here. Oddly enough I went on to interview with Lance Bass, yes the guy from the boy band
Hometown finally. After being on the cover of magazine, Fox News, my own local TV network asked me to come in for an interview.
Filming meditation for "Dark Net". I had the crew try my Muse headset and see if they could "calm down". It was so much fun watching everyone freak out while trying to think "slow"
The interview where talking about my mother made the lights blink. During that visit I got to know the crew and started to feel ok about being "out" of my data closet.
2015 German TV
When I first started appearing without google glass people had a hard time seeing my technology. This was the begining of a long process of explaining technology systems to people.
2014 Wall Street Jouranl
There are certain news organizations that just lend themselves to credibility. My first time with the Wall Street Journal was one of those times.
This has become a often referred to photo. It was shot for the Business Week interview I did with Ira Boudway in 2014. Often people mention the "throne" or the photo with all the papers all over the walls. I collected things long before data. I kept analog "Skins" of my life on large corkboards.
2014 BusinessWeek Magazine
My first magazine cover was Business week's "The Global Tech Issue: Way Beyond Silicon Valley" issue. This interview was the most intimate because the journalist called me and "fact checked" me. He said, "what happened on August 11, 2013". I froze for a second then I looked up that day. As I started rattling off data from 12:01am, the jorunalist was floored. He said, "This is incredible".
The mashable team was in love with the business week photo, so they asked me to recreate the photo with one of my Michael Jackson gloves. A now not so famous behind the scenes photo!