Jay Springett is a writer, theorist and strategist for hybrid environments.
His concerns are with culture, humans and technology and the environment and is passionate about DIY culture. He is currently writing his first public book: “Land as Platform”

He currently hosts weekly personal podcast called Permanently Moved. A podcast 301 seconds in length. written, recorded and edited in one hour.

He a long time editor of Solarpunks.net a website dedicated to the emerging subgenre of science fiction premised on the separation of economies from fossil fuels. Solarpunk explores what free energy sources and decentralised energy infrastructure could mean for future society.

Jay is a founding member of the decentralised blockchain group Guild.is. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), and is affiliated to the Institute for Atemporal Studies.

He concept curates the theory object #stacktivism – ‘A term that attempts to give form to a critical conversation & line of enquiry around infrastructure & the relationship we have to it’.

He is also the co-designer of SCIM (Simple Critical Infrastructure Maps) Icon Set and co-founded The Thought Menu, a nomadic talks series.

Jay worked professionally for nearly a decade in the HR tech / consulting sector. Various roles have included: Business Operations, Product Management, Project Management and Tech Implementation Consulting.

Jay has also been meditating seriously since 2012, and sometimes thinks it has ruined his life. He is also a wizard.

I am available for operational and strategy work; assisting organisations, projects and people navigate complex, high growth environments. I’ve worked extensively in blockchain and adjacent tech worlds with a focus on building and scaling sustainable and regenerative cultures that focus on employee agency and innovate company forms.

Jay writes online under the handle @thejaymo.

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