Robin Seemangal is a Brooklyn native who has been reporting from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center since 2014, covering SpaceX’s race to build the reusable rocket and NASA missions to the International Space Station and other destinations throughout the solar system. He’s written for the New York Observer, WIRED Magazine, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, and regularly appears on BBC.
Chris Gebhardt is the Assistant Managing Editor with NASASpaceflight and a screenwriter. He has covered the world’s spaceflight events for more than a decade, including construction and utilization of the International Space Station, interplanetary exploration, and how space-based science benefits life on Earth.
Jamie Carreiro is a multimedia artist and designer who draws on his background in computer science and filmmaking to combine new technology with a traditional creative process. He conceives and produces projects for brands across the globe, including Google, Delta, Target, Nike, Amazon, ESPN, Heineken, Spotify, and MTV. As a leader in the maker/DIY space, he personally creates unique software, digitally fabricated products, and custom electronics to support his creative vision. Born one year after the first Space Shuttle mission, he is inspired by space exploration and has been his entire life.
Daniel Oberhaus is the news editor at Motherboard. His journalism and essays have appeared in The Atlantic, Popular Mechanics, Slate, The Baffler, Nautilus, Vice, The Awl, The Outline, and elsewhere. He is the author of Extraterrestrial Languages (MIT Press, Fall 2019) and contributed to Delay and Disruption Tolerant Networks: Interplanetary and Earth-Bound (CRC Press, 2018).
Amy Thompson is a freelance science journalist based in Orlando, Florida where she has been covering rocket launches at Kennedy Space Center since 2014. She loves writing about commercial spaceflight, planetary science missions, and dinosaurs. You can find her previous work in Popular Science, WIRED, and the New York Observer.
Alex Lin is a writer, actress, and musician in the greater NYC area. A recent graduate from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, she can often be seen still trying to get into school buildings just to use the bathroom. Alex most recently performed off-broadway in Maverick, a new play about the final days of Orson Welles.
Sam is a Brooklyn-based journalist at Motherboard, Vice's science and technology outlet, where she covers the wild and wonderful corners of the World Wide Web, including dystopian AI algorithms, sex workers' rights, fetish communities, questionable gadgets, and YouTube feuds.
Sage Lazzaro is an NYC based journalist who has reported on space, tech, and science for the New York Observer and Daily Mail. She also covers culture, diversity, politics, and business and has written for VICE, Refinery29, Medium, and more.
Jonathan O’ Callaghan is a space and science reporter based in London, UK. His work appears regularly in a number of publications including Forbes, Scientific American, and Wired.
Uliana Malashenko is a Moscow-born, New York City-based journalist who specializes in breaking news, politics, space exploration and history. She’s covered the 2016 U.S Presidential election and an early SpaceX rocket launch & landing at Kennedy Space Center. Over the course of her career, Uliana was a correspondent for Kommersant FM, TV Rain, Business FM and served as an independent media consultant for CBS Radio.
Joey Roulette is a freelance reporter and photographer based in Orlando, Florida, covering space and politics. Joey has been a frequent contributor to Reuters since January 2018, covering NASA and the commercial space industry. Outside of writing, he focuses on documentary photography, with work from the 2016 presidential and 2018 midterm elections and numerous SpaceX launches from Kennedy Space Center.
James Stuart is an Australian-born graphic designer and filmmaker currently working out of New York City. Lately his work has been focussed on design for music publishing, working with bands on Toxic State Records, Cool Death, Paradise Daily, Fleish, Sony and a range of independent artists between the US and Australia. James is also an avid non-fiction filmmaker, currently working as an assistant editor at Insignia Films.
Erik Kuna is a photojournalist and photographer with 15 years of experience covering current events and professional sports such as the NBA, NFL and MLB as well as photography campaigns for companies such as Adobe, Google and Canon. Be careful, he’s even consulted with the FBI crime lab to train their agents in the art and science of photography. For the past 3 years, he’s been focused on using the talents he’s gained to communicate the story of spaceflight by covering launches for NASA, SpaceX, ULA, and Northrup Grumman. Photography is his tool to communicate the beauty and majesty of what he thinks as our greatest adventure yet, space exploration.
Jillian Kramer is a journalist who has reported on space for the New York Times, Scientific American, and Supercluster. Her work has also appeared in Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, Glamour, and more.
Moiya McTier is an Astrophysicist & Science communicator. She was the first student at Harvard University to study both astrophysics and folklore & mythology. Moiya is currently pursuing her PhD in astronomy at Columbia University.
Swapna Krishna is a space, tech, and pop culture writer. Her articles have been published at Engadget, The Verge, SYFY, Polygon, and more.
Harry is a Brooklyn based creative technologist who loves making anything from apps to synthesizers to furniture. Harry loves astronomy and astrophotography and that led them to build ISS Finder in 2013, an app that helps people track and learn about the ISS. Since then Harry has built apps for companies like MakerBot, littleBits, and Newell Brands.
Emilie is a Brooklyn based graphic designer who designs apps by day and photoshops shoes on her dog by night. She studied Communications Design at Pratt Institute which is where she became interested in app design. Emilie designed ISS Finder, an app that helps people track and learn about the ISS.
John Kraus is a spaceflight photographer based on Florida’s Space Coast. Having covered upwards of 100 rocket launches since early 2015, his imagery has been featured by National Geographic, Bloomberg Businessweek, CNBC, United Launch Alliance, and others. Kraus has worked on a variety of collaborations and for-hire projects with the European Space Agency and ArianeGroup; rocketry startups Astra, Rocket Crafters, and Launcher; as well as camera manufacturer Hasselblad.
Pauline Acalin is a spaceflight photojournalist, astrophotographer, and mother of two daughters. She also designs space-themed t-shirts, and is a full-time space advocate.
Kevin is a music maker and designer who drinks too much coffee. He is a New York native and in his spare time he makes beats and writes songs.
Jatan Mehta is a science writer passionate about humanity's future in space. He was the former science officer at TeamIndus Moon Mission. His portfolio and articles can be found at jatan.space.
Robin is a volcanologist turned freelance science journalist based in London, UK. Volcanoes - on Earth and in space - are still his go-to story of choice, but any planet doing anything strange is fine by him.
GrandArmy is a New York City based creative studio working across a wide array of disciplines, including branding, graphic, product, and interior design, illustration, photography, and filmmaking. Founded by three ADC Young Guns recipients and life long space enthusiasts, GrandArmy is an award winning, multi-disciplinary creative agency. Since 2008.
Supercluster is made possible, and currently broadcasts live to the cosmos, in part through a partnership with Dropbox. Dropbox is a file hosting service headquartered in San Francisco, California, that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software. Dropbox was founded in 2007 by MIT students Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi as a startup company, with initial funding from seed accelerator Y Combinator. Dropbox is a modern workspace designed to reduce busywork so you can focus on the things that matter. At Supercluster Dropbox has been a partner since day 1, fueling our workflow in editorial, podcast and multi-media content.
Based in NY and LA, A24 is the Academy Award winning studio behind feature films such as Lady Bird, Moonlight, Eighth Grade, The Disaster Artist, Ex Machina, Amy, Room, The Florida Project, and Hereditary, and TV shows such as HBO's Pod Save America and upcoming Euphoria, Hulu's upcoming Ramy Youssef show, and NBC's The Charmichael Show.
Smithsonian magazine places a Smithsonian lens on the world, looking at the topics and subject matters researched, studied, and exhibited by the Smithsonian—science, history, art, popular culture and innovation—and chronicling them every day for a diverse readership.
PLASMA magazine is an international publication showcasing contributions from the art and science worlds. Since 2015 PLASMA has become a world-renowned, highly contemporary brand about the future, and has won fans all over the world. PLASMA includes contributions from artists and institutions, specialized in art, science or technology, as well as from scientists, research institutions or companies with future leading technology
Air & Space Magazine has been delighting aerospace enthusiasts with the best writing about their favorite subject since April 1986. The bimonthly magazine emphasizes the human stories behind the hardware, and has established a track record of getting its readers into those places the aerospace industry marks "authorized personnel only."
Fast Company is a monthly American business magazine published in print and online that focuses on technology, business, and design. It publishes eight print issues per year.
Business Insider is an American financial and business news website published by Insider Inc. It operates international editions in the UK, Australia, China, Germany, France, South Africa, India, Italy, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Northern Europe, Poland, Spain and Singapore.