Chris co-founded CrowdFlower. He was previously a technical product manager at Powerset, Inc., a natural language search technology company later acquired by Microsoft. Chris has worked as a studio artist, computer scientist, and web engineer, and pours his diverse background into his role as Chief Technology Officer. He combines deep design insight with crisp, minimalist coding abilities that enables him to produce anything — soup-to-nuts applications — sometimes within minutes. Chris studied both art and computer science at Hope College.
CTO / Founder
2008 - Current (almost 9 years)
|Jul 12, 2013||TechCrunch - Crowdsourcing Startup CrowdFlower Says Its Contributors Have Completed 1 Billion ‘Judgments'|
|Mar 13, 2013||Xconomy - Crowdsourced Workforces Rising|
|Dec 5, 2012||Venture Beat - Bunchball shows off the 'rock stars' of gamification|
|Dec 5, 2010||Venture Beat - CrowdFlower taps the power of the crowd to get more accurate business listings (exclusive)|
|Apr 9, 2010||Gigaom - Startup Sessions Video: In Conversation With Lukas Biewald, Co-Founder, CrowdFlower|