Brooklyn-based artist/essayist, VP of Creative Technology at Deeplocal, and founder of its predecessor, Fake Love
Blair Neal is an artist and creative technologist committed to making engaging experiences for people. Currently, Blair is VP of Creative Technology at Deeplocal, a creative technology and experience design company that creates interactive experiences for global brands. After graduating with his MFA in Electronic Arts from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2010, Blair helped found the experiential design agency Fake Love (acquired by the New York Times in 2016) and ran the creative tech department there until 2020. He enjoys the challenge of thoughtfully integrating cutting-edge technology with inspirational ideas to create human-centric events and experiences. He also regularly contributes to the industry by writing essays and in-depth overviews on creative technology topics.