From Mecca to MoMA, from Guatemala to Coca-Cola, design powerhouse Bruce Mau has had and continues to have an extraordinary career. Now, Bruce Mau is the Co-Founder and CEO of Massive Change Network (MCN), a global design consultancy based in the Chicago area, created in 2010 with his wife and business partner, Aiyemobisi “Bisi” Williams, Chief Insights & Analytics Officer. Across more than thirty years of design innovation, Bruce has worked as a designer, innovator, educator, and author on a broad spectrum of projects in collaboration with the world’s leading brands, organizations, universities, governments, entrepreneurs, renowned artists, and fellow optimists, including some of the greatest living architects and design influencers like Rem Koolhaas, Frank Gehry, Bjarke Ingels, David Rockwell, and Paola Antonelli. To create value and positive impact across global ecosystems and economies, Mau evolved a unique toolkit of 24 massive change design principles — MC24 — that can be applied in any field or environment at every scale. Massive Change Network believes that life-centered design offers a clear path toward identifying the full content of our problems and developing innovative, sustainable, and holistic solutions. It also speaks to Mau‘s philosophy that everyone is a designer, and we all have the power to design our lives. Mau‘s work and life story are the subjects of the feature-length documentary, MAU, which follows the world-renowned designer on his unlikely creative journey and ever-optimistic push to tackle the world’s biggest problems through design.