We make things to help you live more meaningfully.

Things often distract us from living our lives more meaningfully, but it doesn't need to be that way.

We are small group of makers and dreamers located in Western Australia. Our team is composed of mechanical engineers, designers, and expert in death philosophy. We are anti-disciplinarians trying solve the problem of how to help people live life with clarity and purpose. Together, we feel that the state of consumerism today has lead us to own things that take away meaning from our lives, rather than enriching it. Meaningful Things Labs is an attempting to reverse that. Our goal is to create things that help humanity live meaningfully with clarity and purpose.

Meet our core team

Jessica Cho

Jessica Cho is a senior Cheif Technology Officer who enjoys badminton, tinkering, and reading. She is analytical and straight-froward. She has a Master degree in both biological computing and electro-mechanical engineering. Although she has a severe phobia of buttons, she is obsessed body-area-networks.

Peter Bullocks

Peter Bullocks is our Chief Expereince Officer. With over 30 years of experience in the Australia's most prestigious industrial design firm, Peter doesn't miss details nor the big picture. As a father of two, peter is committed help humanity live more meaningfully together.

Sean Rilley

Originally from Canada, Sean Rilley has serve as the in-house philosopher of many top Canadian businesses. Sean has a Ph.D. in Existential Reasoning, and is always up for a conversation about the creation of meaning from life. Sean now currently enjoys sunny Western Australia with two dogs and no more snow.

Jessica Cho

Jessica Cho is a 38-year-old junior CTO who enjoys badminton, tinkering, and reading. She is analytical and straight-froward. She has a degree in computing and mechanical engineering. Although she has a severe phobia of buttons, she is obsessed body-area-networks.

Our Philosophy

"It is not the length of life, it's the depth of life."
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
Monthly Newsletter
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.