Bryce Bladon

Director of Show, Not Tell

Wit is educated insolence.
Aristotle
Skills
  • Writing and narrative strategy
  • Brand identity and strategy
  • Communications strategy
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Wit is educated insolence.
Aristotle

As Director of Communications for CryptoKitties, Bryce keeps his introductions brief.

Bryce is a founding member of CryptoKitties, and responsible for communications, content, and brand strategy. Admittedly, he is to blame for the cat puns. Bryce is also, in large part, the voice of CryptoKitties when it comes to press, and has helped several notable publications, including the BBC, The New York Times, and Vice, cover stories on CryptoKitties and the impact it has had on the blockchain and tech world.

Bryce began his freelancing career shortly after attending the University of Victoria, where his writing earned multiple international awards, his work was featured in journals and collections, and he served as lead editor on multiple literary journals. Bryce would go on to work with clients including the Federal Government of Canada, Metalab, and numerous startups and agencies. As editor-in-chief of Clients From Hell, Tumblr’s most popular design-centric blog, he grew the blog from thousands of followers to nearly one-million subscribers. Since starting his career, Bryce has authored or co-authored nearly a dozen books.

With CryptoKitties, Bryce shapes content, communications, and branding for our future products and companies, and, of course, continues to focus on cat puns. He has been positioning CryptoKitties as a thousand-year brand while continuing to help the world understand the value of the game. He plans to continue communicating the value of blockchain technology to consumer audiences, allowing them to understand the technology so that they can benefit from it in the future.