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Interesting Gorge

March 14, 2015

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This turned out to be another great night with speakers once again making it so worth the time and effort it takes to pull together. From streakers to abuse camps for kids. Forest fires to audience marketing ideas for the new green industry about to hit Oregon. There is just something magical about ordinary folks […]

Believe in Wonder

November 26, 2012

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After 35 years, Wonderworks Children Museum was finally moving into their own building and they needed a poster to announce the Grand Opening Auction. But this wasn’t a straightforward Grand Opening since only half of the building had been paid for. We needed to make sure that people understood this and didn’t get confused the […]

Propaganda Seed Co

August 1, 2011

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Launched a website for farmers markets and other food organizations who want to get the word out about buying local, eating better and generally fixing the issues with our current food system. Propaganda Seed Co includes themes, events, displays and pictures that can be passed on, used or repeated as desired. All themes and events […]


January 1, 2011

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Partnered with designer Chris Miller to update the Wonderworks website. What started as a simple website refresh grew into an opportunity to launch a larger community involvement campaign. Wonderworks is a Children’s Museum supported by volunteers for over 30 years. During that time they have shifted to 5 different locations and had trouble maintaining a […]


October 1, 2010

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Launched, organized and MCed a series of speaking events in Sydney, Portland & the Gorge. The idea behind Interesting is simple: an evening of 20 different people each talking about something they love/hate/do/did/know/care about/obsess over. We try to replicate the experience of clicking from one really good blog to another, ranging haphazardly across culture, sciences, […]

Save Our Story Time

August 1, 2010

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Created and organized an event with local parents to support a ballot measure to keep the Hood River Library open. Parents and kids met during the regularly scheduled story time and walked with signs across the grounds and to a nearby coffee shop where the mayor read two additional stories to the kids. The goal […]

Gorge Grown

July 1, 2010

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Various marketing tactics for Gorge Grown Food Network to create consumer demand for local food. Less than 2% of the food consumed in the Columbia Gorge is grown locally. The rest is shipped in from other parts of the country with the average carrot traveling 1500 miles before it reaches the store.There are many reasons […]