The imagination of artists and writers has long defined our vision of the future, but creativity doesn’t belong to artists; it belongs to everyone. While incredible developments in technology narrow the space between imagination and reality, we are overwhelmed by the speed of that change.
Through best practices, iterative processes, and design systems developed within creative industries learn to organize chaos, see around corners, and design pictures that speak louder than words so that you can find your voice in the artificial age.
To find your voice in the artificial age will require each of us to think differently; to think louder.
The book, Think Louder, a guide for the wandering mind is currently in development. Join the Think Louder Substack to be the first to know when it's published. ​​​​​​​

Created in three parts, Think Louder is delivered as a series of six-week masterclasses with three different ways to study. Click the button below to learn how to study LIVE with Sterling Hundley and a cohort of other creatives, or as an Independent Study. 
"I'm on a mission to teach artists the value of their voice and the world the value of artists." 
From rockets to rockstars, I've collaborated with clients from NASA to Rolling Stone to design pictures that speak louder than words. As a Professor in Communication Arts and a Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery, I've unpacked the magic of creativity into a framework of logic. Artists are more than just entertainers. We have the capacity to order chaos and to give shape and form to the future we imagine.
One great idea can change the course of the world. Maybe that idea lives inside you. I'm thrilled to see what you'll make. 
NASA, Rolling Stone, Luma Pictures, Criterion Collection, Folio Society, GQ, New York Times, LA Times, Major League Baseball, Grammys, Marvel, Abrams, Atlantic Monthly, The Progressive, Hyperion/Disney, Capital One Bank, Amazon, Target, Big Fish Games. 
Thank you for writing. Someone from our team will be back with you shortly. Think Louder,Sterling