Micah Spear is a multidisciplinary design entrepreneur and artist exploring material application in sensorial experiences. Grounded in a framework of design thinking in strategic consulting, art, and integrative architecture, Micah brings his perspective to investment and advisory roles in purpose driven start-ups through Spear Capital, and ongoing conceptual and interactive works.

Spear’s work in sculpture — and the documentation of his fabrication process — has found a dedicated following in Japan, where his work has been shown at the SO1 Gallery and his books are carried by Marc Jacobs Bookmarc Tokyo and Ambush Shop, and published in Japanese media. He has also exhibited solo works in photography.

Micah co-founded and served as director of Sightful, an integrative design & research consultancy serving Fortune 100 companies including General Motors, Facebook, LVMH, Microsoft, MTV; and, he is a member of Fast Company’s Creative Braintrust, a group assembled to “rethink the future of travel [and] explore ideas and innovations that aim to inspire even greater breakthroughs in travel.” (Sightful IP was aquired in 2023).

In addition to other investments in neural-behavioral wellness, tech, aerospace, and specialty agriculture, Micah serves as an advisor to Kimino, Japanese beverage maker, using traditional farming methods called, “Kanso.”

An accomplished polymath, Spear was educated at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Parsons School of Design, Columbia Business School, Buck’s Rock, and Space Camp, class of 1998. Born and raised in rural northwest Connecticut, he splits his time between New York City and Tokyo.

As an artist, lover of design and sculptural arts, Micah is honored to be a board member of The Noguchi Garden Museum in New York City.