Chiron Bramberger

Picture of Chiron Bramberger

About me

I'm into people, music, computers, engineering, technology, writing, history, art, and real life powers and superheroes. Doing interesting things is the best. Curious, I'll try anything, regardless of if I'm any good at it. Especially when someone tells me I can't do it. I'm high level and low level. Everything is connected, and I like pulling on the loose threads that hold the tapestry of universe together.

I've had lots of exciting projects, and continue to play with cool people, both professionally and personally.

When I was four I started programming and playing piano, creating remixes, art and multimedia when I was a adolescent, doing biomedical engineering research when I was a teenager, installing military grade hardware when I was in university, killing patents better than the best of them, rocking startups, having them fail, having them get acquired, project managing millions of dollars of client business, taking companies from offline to plugged in, inspiring technology teams through authentic leadership, mentoring other leaders and managers, taking pictures that go viral, twice, designing truly unique music hardware, pushing the edges of vintage software development just because I can, releasing software I've created as open-source disrupt the status-quo and most of all to help others, and with most excitement, rocking a Kickstarter.

I've played with teams in top companies like Honda, GM, Lexus, SunLife, The Home Depot, eBay, GroupOn, FBI, NASA, US Department of Interior, NRG Energy, BP, Agnico-Eagle, Colgate Palmolive, Sonoco, TTC, Hockey Canada, Starwood, Reckitt Benckiser, Millennium, Takeda, and Pfizer.

I've also been in a movie, and hung out with rock-stars, and rolled up my sleeves to help the following charities: The Stephen Lewis Foundation, Ottawa Kids Fruit Charity, Musicfest and personally doing and championing the cause of e-waste and recycling.

Most of all, I love my friends and family, constantly giving my brother and sister unsolicited life advice.

So, to all the people who have ever said, or done, or been in any way great to me, which is all of my friends and family, as well as all the people on the internet who've given me the thumbs up, even if they didn't know it, from the bottom of my heart thank you.

Oh, and to everyone that told me I couldn't do it, thank you too. It's made every win all the more delicious.

I can't wait to see what happens next.