Nathan Klose lives and makes stuff in Huntsville, AL.
He’s the Chief Marketing Officer of HoloChron Engineering, a father / daughter team developing novel technologies leveraging quantum phenomenon. He neither the father nor the daughter.
He’s also the Chief Marketing Officer of UNISPARC, a utilities-enhancing, smart-city-focused company. It’s smart. It’s focused. It’s — well, it’s not a city. But it’s for cities.
He’s a Co-Founder and Creative Director of The Institute, an advanced physics and research entity for advancing exotic science. Weird stuff. Cool stuff. Advance-humanity-and-technology-and-consciousness stuff.
He’s the Creative Director of Urban Engine, the largest North Alabama economic accelerator and entrepreneurial community in the region. Propelling ideas forward, y’all.
He’s Full Stack Creative Director & Owner of his own consultancy for clients across the United States. Visit letsmakestufftogether.com for no good reason.
He’s a founding and core team member of TEDxVoyagerWay. Huntsville is v. much space-themed.
He’s the former Creative Director over 2nd & Charles, Books-A-Million, and Joe Muggs.
He’s a former longstanding editor and admin for The Curator magazine, an arts and culture publication based in NYC.
He’s a computational sociolinguist focused on advancements in, and public understanding of, the digital humanities.
He’s an advisory board member of InSpero, an arts collective in Birmingham, AL, that, with a measure of hope and clammy white knuckles, works hard to re-envision the city through art.
He’s been a board member on plenty of other non-profits over his career, and is always searching to lend a hand.
Find Nathan interrupting you in public to spout about creativity and the future at whatawordisfor.com, and writing eco-friendly quality gut-words at excusemyexcuses.com. Sparingly, these days.
Email him using NateK at letsmakestufftogether dot com. Often, these days.
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