Tom Huston is a New York–based journalist and marketing strategist focused on science and the continuing evolution of business and digital technology. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tom spent the first decade of his career as a magazine editor and science journalist, crafting feature articles spanning cosmology to neuroscience, before switching tracks to head up the editorial side of interactive digital campaigns for enterprise businesses such as IBM, Dow, ClickFox, and Haier at a boutique marketing agency in Boston.
Following a move to the Bay Area in 2013, he enjoyed a brief stint in the startup world, helping to develop a peer-to-peer educational app to the point of being demoed on the stage of TechCrunch Disrupt. But he eventually made his way back to marketing through Hill+Knowlton's Group SJR in Manhattan, where he contributed to, and in some cases led, content-driven campaigns for Adobe, VMware, Dell, Xero, Genesys, Pearson, Alibaba, and other top tech clients.
In 2016 Tom became a full-time freelancer, consulting on content campaigns for The New York Times' T Brand Studio, The Washington Post's WP Brand Studio, The Guardian's Guardian Labs, et al. He and his wife live in Harlem.