Portrait of Logan Bingle in black and whiteLogan Bingle

My passion is bridging the gap between people, organizations and information.

This vision has followed me through a wide range of fields, and Bingle Studios documents some of these projects. My hope is that this will serve as inspiration for further projects and ideas. If you would like to discuss a project or come along on this journey you can connect with and follow me at:


The idea of networks, emergence[2], and ecologies has heavily influenced my thinking and practice. I have found that most of my experiences in life come from the connection of multiple skills, people and technologies. As such, this website will speak to a diverse group of people including:


Each post on this website is the fruit of my labor. I aim to encapsulates an idea and the energy to fuel it in these posts. These ideas and energy come from a long process of dialogue, work and iteration.

I send theses seeds of ideas into the world with the hope that they will inspire you and lead to new thoughts, projects and ideas. There is little chance that I will develop all of these ideas, so I invite you to take them in your own direction.

If I can assist you in developing an idea or you need permission to use my content you can reach out to me at lebingle@gmail.com. You can find details on how you may use this website’s content in the Terms of Use.


There is often a sense that the internet erases regional identity. Nothing is ever truly divorced from its physical setting or social context though. As such, I feel it is important to note that I have spent most of my life living in the Pacific Northwest[1]. The content on this website is heavily influenced by the culture and dialogues occurring in this region. I have also traveled in:

  • the United States of America,
  • Japan,
  • England,
  • France and
  • Egypt.

I am currently living in Vancouver, BC while earning my Masters of Library and Information Studies.


I have operated this website since October 2012. The site has had various iterations and focuses, but all of them have come back to connecting people with information. You can view the full time line for this website at the Internet Archives Way Back Machine.


[1] “Pacific Northwest,” Wikipedia, June 9, 2017, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pacific_Northwest&oldid=784686685.

[2] Emergence: The Connected Lives of Ants, Cities and Computers