Alex Tryon

Alex is the co-founder and CEO of Artsicle. Artsicle has been named one of the "Silicon Alley 100" by Business Insider and called the "Gallerists to the People" by the New York Times. Alexis is currently a NYC Venture Fellow, and has been named a "Female Founder to Know" by Mashable.
Previously, Alexis worked at American Express and immersed herself in contemporary art at the ICA Philadelphia. Her favorite artists are currently Jock Sturges and Roxy Paine. She holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. Find her at

Scott's also known as our chief geek. Questions about the site, joining the Artsicle team, or the New York Rangers? Like long runs, barefoot, off the sand? He's your guy.
Prior to founding Artsicle, Scott was a nuclear engineer for Westinghouse in Pittsburgh. He simultaneously founded Breakout Developments, where he developed a digital-mix tape for smart phones. He next turned to web development, joining the SpeakerText team, before beginning development on Artsicle. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. Reach him at

Scott Carleton
Peleg Rosenthal

Peleg is an Israeli native with an ongoing love for making things more efficient through reducing unnecessary processes. This includes using hand soap as an all-purpose cleaner, or simply helping the team at Artsicle connect the entire world's artists.

Although Peleg is part of the Artsicle's dev team, he would like it to be known that he is not as nerdy as the rest of its members.

Pat was once a freelance copywriter but he realized he enjoys building things more than he enjoys writing about the things that other people have built. He loves building things for artists here at Artsicle and he's very happy he has found a place where he isn't shunned for his corny jokes.

Patrick McGee