Josh Ritchie is a Column Five co-founder and the co-author of “Infographics: The Power of Visual Storytelling.” He also teaches a course on Visualization of Information at Columbia University.
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with good people.
Jeremy’s passion is connecting brands and creative storytellers. On weekends and holidays, you can find him exploring the wildlands of California, the Pacific Northwest, and Patagonia with a flyrod in hand and a cold beer in his back pocket.
Nate Butler is a collector of many things: antique books, coins, records, retro video games and hangovers.
When Chad isn’t saving the day as the director of interactive, he is the charismatic frontman of an all-male Spice Girls cover band. (Spoiler Alert: He’s ginger spice).
A Minnesota native and longtime resident of Wisconsin and Georgia, Cale used to write software for embedded devices, native applications, websites, video games, and military simulations before moving to California to enjoy the weather. He continues to hone his craft through continued learning, practice, and maintaining the appropriate level of blood in his caffeine system.
Tamara has always felt inclined to help creative, big personalities with their ideas and has found a harmonious career in People Operations. She enjoys weather, yoga, and making stuff—and she loves her family fiercely.
Jenny Famularcano is an optimistic INFJ creative who celebrates life with cloud gazing and calligraphy.
Abheeth hates describing himself. He is currently pouting in a corner (but secretly plotting world domination).
Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica.
Raised in the African bush with only a Celine Dion cassette to keep him company, Brian (aka “Wolf”) loves a good challenge. Whether taking down his opponents in a friendly round of Ping-Pong, changing his newborn daughter’s dirty nappy, fixing motorcycles, or deciphering a robust analytics report, no obstacle is too great.