No Media Co. is the research and creative studio of Chris Frey and Patrick Pittman. We partner with an international roster of clients in areas ranging from strategy and sensemaking to editorial and documentary work, as well as producing our own media projects.

recent work ︎︎︎ // work with us

—internal editorial project for X, Alphabet’s R&D “moonshot factory”, commissioned to help its teams engaged in building transformative new technologies think more critically about the human implications of their work as they peek over the horizon.


—in collaboration with our friends at the Near Future Laboratory, we were tasked with creating a design fiction prototype to help the product, research, and engineering teams at Motional, Hyundai’s Boston-based autonomous vehicle joint venture, imagine their way into the implications of a future where AV transportation is ubiquitous.

The result was a fictional, 72-page automotive association magazine full of articles, ads, and other visuals that explore what happens when technological transformations meet the lived, human world head on. 


No Media works with organizations big and small to help them better understand and communicate their place, purpose, and opportunities amidst the uncertainties of their immediate contexts and the broader world.

All of our projects are based on our unique approach to knowledge mobilization — the process of creating and sharing all forms of expertise, no matter how technical or niche, in ways that are meaningful and engaging to markets, policy makers, fellow practitioners, local communities, or society at large. Often this means helping organizations and teams unlock and better articulate their internal knowledge, translating it into compelling foresight and actionable future-facing strategy.

We’ve collaborated with leading organizations in science, technology, cybersecurity, health care, law, automotive, media, and the arts, helping them all to better explore and express the real-world impacts, implications, and opportunities of their work.