Scott Page is a musician, technologist, entrepreneur. He is widely recognized in rock circles as the saxophonist/guitarist for Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto.

Today Page is an active participant in the Web3 ecosystem. A blockchain evangelist, he is also involved in crypto ventures including, FutureShape360, ThinkNFT, Opus Labs, and co-founder of Loot8 a decentralized experience platform. He is an active speaker in the space, often describing a world beneficially influenced by decentralized technology that drives the power back to the people.

Page also co-founded 7th Level, Inc., an award-winning CD-ROM game and educational software company. At 7th Level he co-produced and co-directed Tuneland, the world’s first interactive musical cartoon starring Howie Mandel, as well as the globally lauded Monty Python interactive series. Page also served as an instrumental developer of QD7, an interactive multimedia joint venture between Quincy Jones, David Salzman, and 7th level.

In addition, Page co-founded social media and collaborative communications enterprise, New Media Broadcasting Company, whose clients include, Will Smith, Monty Python, Toto, and the Institute for Systems Biology.

Page frequently serves as a guest lecturer and panelist at numerous new media conferences and university symposia. He was also a featured guest mentor on over 150 of the weekly syndicated radio show Business Rockstars, hosted by Ken Rutkowski.

Collab: Arthur J. Williams Jr

Arthur “Art” Williams Jr. is an American-born artist and former counterfeiter,[1] who counterfeited the 1996 hundred dollar bill, and was subject of the book The Art of Making Money by Jason Kersten

Collab: @remocamero

Visual Art, Crypto Art, Film, Animation, Sound, Best creative 20/21 Archive Mag

Band member David Gilmore