Hi, I'm Steve.

I’m a cartographer of the future.

I believe, living your life as though it is a work of art will help you navigate significant change. You know you need to be adaptive, but how do you do that? You know you need to improve team collaboration, but how do you do that?

I am a creative consultant working with methodologies based in art and culture. I can help you be adaptive and collaborative. I can help you be a cartographer of the future, charting new realms of work, cities and economies for the common good. 

I am an artist, author and community organizer. You can think of me as a conduit to ideas, mindsets and people that will disrupt your status-quo. Disrupting your status-quo helps you recapture your imaginative, creative and adaptive self. Your creative self will give you a new and unique understanding of your current reality. From there, you can shape that unique understanding into actionable knowledge, micro-tools for navigating changing and uncertain times.

As a business owner, what I learned from Steve ultimately contributed to more personal and business growth than industry-specific workshops, and continues to inspire me to make connections in unexpected ways.
Shirley Shen
Co-founder, Haeccity Studio Architecture
I cannot imagine a better human being than Steve Frost to help you and your organization flourish by coaxing out the creative spark within you, nurturing your truest self, and facilitating a compassionate conversation of heart and mind that includes the critical questions you’ve held deep within you. Steve has done all these things for me and more!
Steve Pavey, PhD
Contemplative & Activist Photographer, Hope In Focus
Steve, the facilitator, with a bright and kind disposition, guided us to what was next on our journey into the unknown. That made it easy for us to open our hearts, to have good conversations and enjoy ourselves fully.
Miran Rin
Artist, entrepreneur
The ideas Steve puts into words are crucial for what is coming in society. He’s a forerunner, and others are going to walk in the paths he’s currently forging.
Meg Mittelstedt

Are you an ambidextrous leader?

Are you charting new realms of work, cities or economies?

You might be a Cartographer of The Future.