AsapSCIENCE (Mitchell Moffit & Gregory Brown)

Content Creators

Greg and Mitch of AsapSCIENCE are YouTube stars, comedians, and queer educators. They began their journey as scientists, and transformed their passion into a force for inspiring their 10+ million YouTube fans. AsapSCIENCE is a colourful intersection of art, science, and pop culture where anyone can learn, participate, and grow. When they’re not creating viral video content, they use their platform to speak on environmental change, queer voices in STEM, and how science can shape cultural movements.

AsapSCIENCE have a New York Times best selling book, presented at the UN and are a Forbes 30 under 30. They’ve created videos with NASA, BBC, National Geographic, Bill Nye, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, The Gates Foundation, and the Sochi Winter Olympics. Their video partnership with Emma Thompson on seismic blasting in the arctic helped change legislation in favour of indegenous communities. Their ability to inspire through humour and creativity continues to catalyse positive change.


thursday – 03:45pm Creator Summit

Time Icon 25 mins

Location Icon St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts - Jane Mallett Theatre

The Life-Cycle of a Digital Creator

The creator economy is growing and there are now more platforms, formats and opportunities for creators to build a thriving business online. In fact, creators are the new generation of startups and small businesses, as they explore different content and growth strategies, and new ways to connect with audiences and earn revenue. This panel will connect with popular digital creators at different phases in their career, as they discuss the challenges and opportunities in their respective journey as a content creator.