As CEO of Vril Companies, my job is to execute a vision of making the world a better place by affecting change through mediums such as art, design & technology.
Vril is the parent organization for what is now two distinct operations- Vril Studio & Vril Transport. Vril Studio has helped scores of clients achieve the right look and feel for their businesses through a range of print & digital means. Vril Transport aims to provide a more sustainable method of getting from point A to B amid rapidly expanding urban environments.
I design advertisements for the parent company of USA Today. My work appears in numerous publications around the country. I have also been brought on board to aid in the development of the Elon Musk inspired ‘Hyperloop’ system.
A BRIEF HISTORY
Before switching gears and entering a more business oriented phase of my life, I authored hundreds of politically based news & opinion pieces which were published directly to my personal website. I also conducted several big name interviews with figures including filmmaker Peter Joseph, futurist and industrial engineer, Jacque Fresco, author Federico Pistono, documentary filmmaker and producer Holland Van den Nieuwenhof, and aerospace engineer Douglas Mallette.
Long before speaking on serious political matters, I tried my hand in the realm of ‘dark satire’. In 2008, I launched the ‘Grant J. Kidney Revolution’, a psychological experiment which had attracted a large following on the now extinct social network, MySpace.com. During this era I self-published two books which served as a type of manifesto, outlining core elements of the false dogma espoused by my online persona. After much introspection, I determined that the controversy generated from these satirical pursuits really wasn’t worth losing a more reputable future over.
I plan on launching a new blog called ‘Vril Effect’ which zeroes in on the areas of business, science & politics whilst simultaneously delivering the entertaining content expected by a more youthful generation.
Aside from growing my existing operations, I would like to someday explore additional pursuits- provided of course that the success I plan on achieving lends the capital necessary for such expansion.