Exponential Creativity Partners


We’re an early-stage venture capital fund investing in startups that invent technology to maximize humanity’s creative potential. As society shifts from a paradigm of consumption to a paradigm of creation, Silicon Valley remains stubbornly focused on the commodification of content. By contrast, we see a historic moment for value creation in human-centered creativity platforms.Our investment thesis is focused on customers, markets, and use cases. Within that niche, however, we are able to invest across a wide range of industries and regions. Portfolio companies fall into three broad categories: Core Innovation in Frontier Tech — technology that makes wholly new forms of creative expression possible or radically lowers barriers of access to existing systems. Tools and Platforms — products that expand opportunities for creativity, with a particular emphasis on casual creatives and indie artists. Networks and Marketplaces — platforms that connect creatives throughout the developing world to global customers and markets.



Art Technology, Music, Media, E-commerce/ Consumer Internet




North America




Adam Huttler

Adam Huttler is the founder and Managing General Partner of Exponential Creativity Ventures. As a six-time founder, his career’s through-line has been about helping mission-driven companies use technology to drive innovative revenue strategies. Adam is best known as the founder of Fractured Atlas, a social enterprise SaaS platform that helps artists and creative businesses thrive. During Adam’s twenty years as CEO, the organization grew from a one-man-band housed in an East Harlem studio apartment to a broad-based infrastructure provider reaching over 1.5 million artists across North America and distributing over $250 million to support their work. Adam has a B.A. in theater from Sarah Lawrence College, an M.B.A. from New York University, and is a self-taught software developer. In 2011, he was recruited for the inaugural class of National Arts Strategies’ Chief Executive Program. He is also an alumnus of Singularity University’s Executive Program and the University of California at Berkeley’s Venture Capital Executive Program. Adam was named to Crain’s New York Business’s 2016 “”40 Under Forty”” class and was listed by Barry’s Blog as one of the top 10 “”Most Powerful and Influential Leaders in Nonprofit Arts”” for five consecutive years.