We hope everyone got out this past weekend to enjoy the 3rd Annual Orcas Island Film Festival. Lots of great films. We were lucky to be part of all the fun.
We just wrapped up a new website for Coffelt Farm on Orcas Island.
It’s got lots of good information about them, facts and quotes about the food you eat, and a great photo gallery. Who doesn’t love a good photo gallery? Especially when it’s about chicks. And piggies. And other great things on a farm.
We’ve been selected to help the Seattle Art Museum with a capital campaign to raise money to fund the expansion and renovation of the Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park. Stay tuned.
We’re so excited to announce that we’ll be designing a new website for Coffelt Farm on Orcas Island.
The 185-acre farm is a mosaic of pasture and marshland fringed with a mature conifer forest that extends to the lower slopes of Turtleback Mountain Preserve.
We love them and all that they do for our community.
It’s great to be doing work for an organization that does such amazing things for the world we live in.
This year’s theme is water. The contest is open to all King County residents with a focus on poems in English, Amharic, Chinese, Punjabi and Spanish.
Exciting times on Orcas Island. This week we launched a website for Roses Bakery Cafe.
25 years to the month John and Joni opened Roses on the island. Much love and respect to them and all those that work hard to put their good food in our bellies and make us feel welcome. Be sure to drop in to say hi to them.
So proud to be working with The Creative Advantage.
They’re working to restore access to the arts for all students in Seattle Public Schools by 2020. It’s a public-private partnership to reinvest in Seattle’s students and our community’s economic and creative future. Founding partners include the City of Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture, Seattle Public Schools and the Seattle Foundation.
We just completed a press check for Four Winds * Westward Ho, a camp just a couple miles down the road from us on Orcas. This 28-page brochure tells the almost 90 year history of this magical place and will be used to help sustain it’s future for another 90.
A year later, it’s great to see this work complete. One poem a day for 365 days. Thanks to 4Culture, Poetry on Buses and all of the beautiful poets out there.