Jeffrey Davis is a writer, speaker, and consultant, often interviewed for his views on the role of creative mastery in shaping a meaningful life and doing business as unusual.
His work and research with creative innovators, scientists, and social psychologists offers him leading insights on how creatives flourish in times of challenge and change which he often writes about. He has taught at and is a highly sought after speaker for numerous conferences, universities, and centres.
A thought leader in the field of creativity and productivity, he’s author of the nonfiction book The Journey from the Center to the Page: Yoga Philosophies and Practices As Muse for Authentic Writing (Penguin 2004; Monkfish Publishing, 2008) and the poetry collections City Reservoir (BarnBurner Press) and Coat Thief (Saint Julian Press 2016).
His essays, articles, short stories, and poetry have appeared in numerous publications and anthologies. He’s been the recipient of fellowships from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Woodstock’s Byrdcliffe Artist’s Colony, and served as fiction editor for Tiferet Journal. He also writes on the topics science of creativity as a regular contributor to Psychology Today and The Creativity Post.
Davis heads up a renegade team of creatives at the Tracking Wonder Consultancy as veteran strategist, helping other creatives, entrepreneurs and business leaders advance books, brands, and businesses that enrich a part of the world.
He lives with his wife and two daughters in a farmhouse in the Hudson Valley of New York.