Taylor Wallace is the cofounder of WeVue, a software company that helps bring organizational culture to life through the power of mobile photo and video sharing. After studying English Literature at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and working as a poet, playwright, and producer, Taylor saw the future of storytelling evolving online. He moved to New York to figure out how the internet worked, and quickly started working with the big data and advertising technology that helped power companies like Google, AOL, and Yahoo. That soon led him to designing photo and video sharing apps for large public and private events, and eventually a tool for organizations to connect their teams via the same technology we use to share visual stories in our personal lives. Today, Taylor brings his background in storytelling, visual art, design, and technology to the culture conversation, helping companies and non-profits change the way they communicate and engage with their stakeholders.