Matt Schulte is the founder and CEO of Lower Boom. From being Vice President of Digital Strategy of an international communications agency, to being a working, touring musician, Matt brings a remarkably diverse background to his vision for Lower Boom. As a filmmaker, Matt’s films have played in festivals around the world and he has produced projects for clients like Michelle Obama and the White House, The Oregon Governor’s Office, Mercy Corps and the Ford Foundation.
John Eckenrode is the brand director for Lower Boom. After publishing two Portland art & culture newspapers John spent 14 years as a Senior Graphic Designer for Nike where he produced a manifold of projects ranging from the NHL to the Olympics to NCAA March Madness. As a filmmaker John was the Co-Director of El Inmigrante, a feature-length documentary that screened at over 50 film festivals, won eight awards, and was awarded a grant from the U.S. State Department to present the film in Saltillo, Mexico.
Christopher Croteau is an Executive in Residence with Intel Capital’s M&A team. Previous to this role, he was the General Manager of Intel’s Wearable Devices team, focused on Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) Products within Intel’s New Devices Group. Christopher has 25+ years of experience in the technology industry spanning all aspects of the product life cycle from R&D through distribution, sales and customer support. He has proven experience in developing new market segments and has led programs to ensure the industry adoption of new technologies including holding board positions on multiple industry standards bodies and working groups. Christopher is a demonstrated public speaker in the areas of new media, augmented reality and business development.