Luke Munn is a media studies scholar based in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa New Zealand. His research investigates the sociocultural impacts of digital cultures and their broader intersections with race, politics, and the environment. This wide-ranging work spans from Hong Kong protest to Uber labor and far-right radicalisation, and has been featured in highly regarded journals such as Cultural Politics, Big Data & Society, and Information Communication & Society as well as popular forums like The Guardian and The Washington Post.  He has written three books: Unmaking the Algorithm (2018), Logic of Feeling (2020), and Automation is a Myth (2022). Drawing from his artistic practice and media, race, and cultural studies, his work combines practice-based approaches with contextual readings and critical analysis.