Trevor Mead is a legal consultant, privacy professional, and artist from the San Francisco bay area. He holds a J.D. from Santa Clara University, and his “giant origami” exhibitions have been featured across the country.
Additionally, he was one of the first recipient’s of Santa Clara University’s Privacy Certificate, earned with honors, and is a certified member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals. With a background in data transfer compliance mechanisms and a passion for technology, Trevor consults companies from tech startups to multinational corporations on privacy and internet law issues.
Trevor has written on copyright issues affecting the origami world and the Maker Movement, is an outspoken fan of Arduino and DIY culture, and boldly explores the intersections between art, technology, and personal identity in the digital age.