The Monegraph name came from contracting the phrase “Monetized Graphics,” and that’s exactly what we’re about: helping artists and owners claim the rights and commercial value of their digital media. To do that Monegraph has built a platform that makes it easy for creators of all kinds to construct smart contracts and licenses for the commercial use of their creative work.
With Monegraph, it's easy to buy and sell fully licensed digital media directly with terms, rights and prices you control. Our system streamlines licensing, payment processing, media handling and distribution of your work so that you have everything you need to be in business and get paid for what you do. We bring artists, photographers, designers illustrators and other media makers and owners together with collectors, publishers, advertisers and brands.
It’s a new deal for a new generation.
Kevin is the co-founder and CEO of Monegraph. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art Professions at NYU where he oversees the department's digital art practices. He has had a long studio art career working collaboratively with his partner Jennifer McCoy. In New York, their artworks are in the permanent collections of MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art and dozens of other museums and collections world-wide.
Chris Tse is a technologist by trade, a designer in practice, and an entrepreneur at heart. He is the co-founder and CTO of Monegraph, where he leads the development of decentralized digital markets with a combination of cloud and blockchain-based tools. Chris was previously the head of R&D at McGraw-Hill Lab, and before that, the head of Innovation at BusinessWeek Digital. Chris also founded the open source project CardStack.io, promoting the adoption of card-based UIs. Chris holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University and is still very much addicted to New York City.
Carlos is a Managing Partner at Crayhill Capital Management LLC in New York City, an alternative asset management company focused on asset-based investments. A key area of focus for the firm is media rights - with investments in major studio slate financing, secondary film & music rights portfolios and the monetization of media production tax rights.
Jeff is the Worldwide CFO for Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, responsible for financial and operational strategies to drive content sales and marketing efforts. Previously, Jeff held the role of EVP/CFO & Strategy, Content Distribution at NBCU, where he oversaw financial and strategic matters for the distribution of NBC & Telemundo Broadcast Networks, Regional Sports Networks, multiple Cable Networks, the Olympics and the roll-out of TV Everywhere and other Digital TV platforms.
David is a member of the McKinsey Recovery & Transformation Services Practice in San Francisco. He has an entrepreneurial background and more than 20 years’ experience consulting, delivering short-term and lasting positive impact for companies needing to realize desired strategic, operational, organizational, and financial results. David primarily advises clients in the retail, consumer-packaged-goods, and high-tech sectors.