Damian Kulash is the singer for the band OK Go, who has been called "the first post-internet band" and is at the forefront of an emerging class of independent creative entrepreneurs making art in both digital and physical spaces.
The band's awards include a Grammy, a Webby Lifetime Achievement Award, a Public Knowledge IP3 Award, two UK MVA's, YouTube Most Creative Award, and countless awards from major film festivals.
Damian graduated magna cum laude from Brown University and has worked as an NPR sound engineer and a graphic designer. His essays and commentaries have been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, NPR's All Things Considered, Tar Magazine, and in a best selling collection edited by The Colbert Report creator Ben Karlin. He has testified before the U.S. Congress in support of net neutrality, and is an honorary member of the Harvard Lampoon.