Unleashing Creativity: An Interview with MAKE Magazine and Maker Faire Founder Dale Dougherty

Dale Dougherty is the founder of MAKE Magazine and Maker Faire, an event created to celebrate creativity, innovation and the DIY (do-it-yourself) mindset.

Dale Dougherty is the founder of MAKE Magazine and Maker Faire, an event created to celebrate creativity, innovation and the DIY (do-it-yourself) mindset. These gatherings bring together crafters, tech enthusiasts, tinkerers, hobbyists, and more for a showcase of their passions and projects. The first Maker Faire was held in the Bay Area in 2006 and since then, there have been over 100 independently produced Mini and 14 Featured Maker Faires.

HackCville Media sat down with Dougherty to discuss his involvement in the Maker Movement and how he envisions its future.

For more interviews with the keynote speakers of this year’s Founders Summit, click here.

CREDITS:
Guest: Dale Dougherty
Host: Nick Skelsey
Special thanks: Tom Tom Founders Festival

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