Hillary is the deputy general manager at Scope of Work by way of a meandering career as an artisan, an artist, a makerspace proprietor, and a solid waste management researcher. She lives in Canada.
Spencer Wright is the (mostly accidental) founder of Scope of Work, which he started writing (as The Prepared) in 2013. Today he serves as its editor-in-chief and chief dilettante.
Anna Pendergrast is a writer and strategist based in Wellington, New Zealand. She is co-founder of Antistatic, a research and communications consultancy.
Kelly Pendergrast is a writer, researcher, and sometimes art worker based in Oakland. She is the co-founder of Antistatic, a consultancy that focuses on issues around technology and the environment.
Natasha Balwit-Cheung is a writer and researcher from Oregon and New Mexico. She has written for ARCHITECT, CityLab, The Atlantic, The New Farmer's Almanac, and others.
Matthew Hockenberry, PhD is a media historian and theorist whose work examines the media of global production. He writes on the state of global supply through the lens of its most emblematic objects.
lee is an artist, cyborg, and scholar based in Canada. They are an outer space researcher, soft circuits enthusiast, and chair of the Open Hardware Summit.
TW Lim studied sociology and design and has worked in restaurants, big data, and 3D printing. Originally from Singapore, he writes about the business and culture of food.
Hardware Engineering Manager at KeyMe where I design kiosks that automate copying keys. Fell in love with product design growing up as a toy tester for IDEO Play Lab. California native living in NYC.
James has run classrooms, warehouses, and startups. Based in Atlanta, GA, he is currently focused on developing compelling spatial experiences in VR.
Jessie Wright-Mendoza is a reporter based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has aired on NPR's All Things Considered, WHYY's The Pulse, and West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Inside Appalachia.
Nicolas Kemper is an architect in New York. He has written for the publications AA Files and Log, and in school, he edited the architecture often-weekly, Paprika!
Brian Potter is a structural engineer and the author of the excellent Construction Physics newsletter.
Joanna Scutts writes about books, design, culture, and history, with a particular focus on erased and overlooked stories. Originally from London, she now lives in New York.
Ameena Walker is an NYC-based writer who covers architecture, design, real estate, transportation, and other aspects of culture and the built environment across the world.
Taylor Dorrell is a writer and photographer based in Columbus, Ohio. He writes for at the Cleveland Review of Books, the Columbus Free Press, and organizes with the Freelance Solidarity Project Union.
Cindy Feng is a user experience professional whose work spans aviation human factors, flight deck human-centered design, and user research. She is based in Seattle, WA.
Liam Grace-Flood works at the intersection of strategy, innovation, and social impact. His work has appeared in Make: Magazine, Core77, Yale Paprika!, Next City, and others.