Mike Minadeo is co-founder of a creative consultancy that designs memorable bonding experiences. He examines ways to generate bridges from physical to digital landscapes.
The company’s most recent project was "Dalliance aboard the Queen Mary"- an interactive experience documenting two romances that occurred on a transatlantic voyage of the Queen Mary. Telegrams, steampunk currency, love letters, and puzzles guided players to various parts of the ship as they became involved in the plotline and experienced the rich history of the Queen Mary.
In 2011, he won the Roy Amara Prize for Participatory Foresight, an award given by the Palo Alto based Institute of The Future. In his spare time, he volunteers at the Braille Institute teaching a class called Photography for the Blind.
No talks listed.