Eric Cade Schoenborn
Eric Cade Schoenborn is a Miami-based artist who blends technology, art and collaboration for fun and social change. He designs experiences from a hacker perspective to entertain, empower and explore. His collaborations have generated millions of pageviews and engaged a wide spectrum of audiences in most mediums, online and offline.
His work includes: co-founding the innovative Pickathon Music Festival, creating an award-winning interactive documentary Beyond the Fire, concepting a pioneering guerilla advocacy campaign to save the life of Tibetan political prisoner, designing the first animated ad for a presidential nominee, leading design and creative for the ACLU in their creative post September 11th digital work, working as a photojournalist at the White House on September 11th and creating the first online wire service experience while at Scripps Howard News Service.
He's worked across a variety of media for solo work as well as countless collaborations with artists, journalists, NGOs, cultural tastemakers, misfits, entrepreneurs and innovators worldwide. Collaborators include: National Geographic, Forbes, Knight Foundation, Tumblr, Ronald Searle, Will Oldham, Jenny Holzer, MoveOn.org, John Kerry for President and many others. His work has appeared in publications across the world including Rolling Stone and The New York Times and has been recognized by Sundance and SXSW among others.