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Culture3 is a cultural media house working to ensure technological progress delivers progress for all.

The technological revolution of the 21st century takes us into a new epoch, fit with its own challenges and opportunities. By shining a light on the new possibilities created by technology, the creators defining positive visions for how to use them, and sharp insight on how ideas translate into social action, we help our readers shape technology to unlock human flourishing.

Our Contributors

Allen Taylor is an award-winning journalist and former newspaper editor. He is the author of 'Cryptosocial: How Cryptocurrencies Are Changing Social Media', and writes Cryptocracy, a newsletter that explores the growth and development of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. He is also the co-host of Defluenced, a podcast about decentralised social media applications, and lives in a van with his wife.
Alli is the Principal of Meaning Maker, a brand communications consultancy that works with early stage start-ups, enterprise tech companies, and creative design agencies. Since serving her first web3 client back in 2016, she has been awed by the power and promise of how these emerging technologies have the capacity to improve life for all.
Clara Peh is a curator, arts writer, and educator. She is co-founder of NFT Asia, the digital-native collective that focuses on Asian and Asia-based artists. She has curated projects including 'Right Click + Save' in Singapore (2021) and 'A Screen of One's Own' in New York, USA (2022). She has contributed to platforms including Outland, Hyperallergic, and SuperRare. Her practice centres around Asian contemporary art, emerging technologies, and the intersections of art and money.
Clovis is a New Zealand born writer, journalist, and educator working at the meeting point between music and technological innovation. He is also an active composer and sound artist, and his virtual reality and live-electronic works have been shown in over fifteen countries around the world.
David is an independent writer working at the intersection of decentralised technology, culture, and commerce. His writing has been featured in media outlets such as Forbes Technology Council and Tech in Asia, and he loves telling unique stories about the transformative potential of web3. His current interests include decentralised science, NFT sports collectibles, and creator-owned economies.
Georgie Miller is a writer and digital artist. She is enthralled by traditional and digital media artists and is excited to explore the intersection of creativity in the web3 space. Beyond Culture3, Georgie works in digital editorial strategy for luxury lifestyle media brands focusing on travel, design, and fashion. She splits her time between Texas and Chicago.
Léa is an American writer, editor, broadcaster, and presenter based in London. Her work has appeared in various publications, including The Guardian, The Huffington Post, WhatWeSeee, Cosmopolitan, Bustle, Teen Vogue, and The Daily Dot. She is working on her first book.
Mariquita (she/they) is a freelance writer who lives in La Paz, Bolivia. A late–dx autistic with ADHD, they are in an ongoing process of (re)discovery and self-expression. Originally from Brighton, UK, over the past decade, she amplifies movements for environmental justice and coordinates campaigns to resist the criminalisation of protest.
Driven by an acute awareness that the internet experience of his children will be vastly different to his own, Mark writes about emerging technology, particularly artificial intelligence and blockchain, with one eye always on the future. As an independent writer, he explores web3 for LVMH, metaverse events of RLTY, and writes gaming stories and lore for the highest bidder.
McKenna is a speaker, writer, and consultant with a passion for digital empathy. She holds an MBA from INSEAD and is the author of How to Win Friends and Manage Remotely. She is excited about the emergence of digital fashion in web3.
Michael Stahl is a freelance writer and journalist based in New York City. His reporting has appeared in a number of publications, including Rolling Stone, Vice, Vulture, CityLab, and Huffington Post.
Nick Fouriezos writes thought leadership for Fortune 500 brands, web3 companies, and VC firms, including Variant Fund, ConsenSys, Filecoin, and Pfizer. He has more than a decade of experience as a journalist, including bylines in the New York Times and USA Today, covering two presidential campaigns, and reporting stories from all 50 US states and six continents.
Nina is passionate about telling the stories of artists and documenting their artistic processes, so that they can focus on creating. She’s written for a range of cultural magazines in the Netherlands, her homeland, including 3voor12 and the Groninger Museum. Her work as a contemporary art historian has seen her work at Museum Voorlinden, the Van Gogh Museum, and Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Today, her main and ever-increasing focus is on the digital art world, and she is fascinated by the endless possibilities of web3 and how crypto artists are pushing the boundaries of creating without gatekeepers.
Ola is a US–based writer and digital nomad. He loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things web3, particularly its impact on major creative industries like film and art.
Randy is the founder of Digital Fashion Daily and Third Wall Creative, a web3 marketing agency. Straddling the worlds of retail and emerging technology, Randy has worked with many companies including nft now, Shopify, and Touchcast to create compelling and educational web3 content. Previously, Randy worked at Bombas, developing the most comfortable socks in the history of feet.
After a career in financial consulting in London, Sig directed her attention to blockchain technology and spent some time as a Solidity developer. Her work focuses on web3 because she believes in the opportunity for curious individuals to unlock their creative potential. Away from her computer she is passionate about long-distance running.
Steph Kunkel is a US-based writer, choreographer, and brand/marketing specialist. She is an art enthusiast with a passion for all things creative. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, drawing, and dancing.
Tristra Newyear Yeager is a writer and strategist who has worked for two decades in media and public relations, primarily in the music industry. She also holds a PhD in Siberian history.
Tyler is a repeat entrepreneur across education, coaching, and tourism in Canada, Russia, India and Turkey, and today is focused on making crypto useful for more sustainable global adoption. He is a cofounder or core contributor for startups and DAOs with real world integrations across climate tech, the creator economy, and insurance.

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You're welcome to pitch a story, but this isn’t expected.

There are two ways to win on the internet, and we’re built for an era where reaching hearts and minds is more valuable than eyes and ears. We amplify uplifting stories from a diverse and eclectic collection of artists, builders, and communities to guide the narrative on how the world understands the new technological paradigm.

Our Cultural stories feature explorations, reviews, and interviews with leaders across art, film, music, and storytelling, showing how their work is only possible with web3.

Our Builders stories provide insight on how the future is being built on web3, illustrating the genuine opportunities of web3 technologies across all layers.

Our Communities stories tell the tales of new communities built upon web3, existing communities augmented by web3, and how web3 technologies are influencing how society works.

When crafting a pitch, there are some questions you may wish to consider:

- How does this align with one of our categories?
- What is the unexpected or new angle to this story?
- What is the ‘why now’ hook?
- Why are you the best person to tell this story?

What will we likely reject?

- Stories that lack a clear angle on ‘why web3 makes this possible’
- Substance-less lists, bullets of projects, and ideas without real writing attached.
- Pieces that don’t keep our broader audience in mind

For more context, take a look at our Editorial Guide:

Culture3 Editorial Guide

“Machine intelligence is the last invention that humanity will ever need to make” — Nick Bostrom

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