I have written fiction and nonfiction since I was a child. Mostly this has been a private affair, a way of thinking about the world and my identity within it. All of my published work has, in one way or another, asked the question of my most recent book: How do we create what matters not just for each of us, but for all those around us and in a way that contributes to the sustaining of the human experiment. We are obviously still figuring this out. I think it helpful we talk about it.
I wrote my most recent nonfiction book Creating Things That Matter: The Art & Science of Innovations that Last at the end of the Laboratoire experience on returning back to the USA. This book won a Nautilus Book Award in 2018 in the category of creativity.
My first graphic novel Niche in French (École de Beaux Arts de Paris) and English (Harvard Press) with the novelist Jay Cantor and the artist Daniel Faust the year appeared the year I opened in Paris Le Laboratoire.