We are storytellers.


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seattle foundation / seattle sounders

The Seattle Foundation and Seattle Sounders needed a way to get people’s attention and motivate two audiences to give: 40,000+ soccer fans and nearly 4 million citizens.

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Olson kundig

Olson Kundig wanted to capture the essence of Jim Olson’s work beyond strict architecture buffs, to a more general audience that would appreciate Jim as an artist.

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adidas / matchmg

Adidas, partnering with Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers, was releasing a new shoe. They were throwing an insider’s event and wanted to share it 24 hours later.

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Amazon Kindle / Amp Agency

Kindle needed a way to illustrate the unique value of a reading device that contains access to endless books to a large audience of readers in an authentic way.

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chef software

Chef has an incredible culture, and they have a lot of fun. This year, the CEO felt that they needed to both reconnect with the community and thank their customers.

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overlake medical CENTER

For each of the past six years, Overlake Medical Center has asked us to address a new topic to help raise money to fund each service they offer to the community.

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wild hive

Wild Hive needed a way to communicate that raspberries are a specialty crop grown in amazing places by highly dedicated multigenerational family farmers.

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seattle foundation

Seattle Foundation represent hundreds—if not thousands—of non-profits. How do we tell a powerful story that shows our mission without upsetting many of our partners?


seattle pacific university

SPU was rolling out a new brand to alumni as well as future students in order to communicate its existing core values and a powerful new message: Seattle is its new campus.


Chris morgan/wildlife media

Chris Morgan has been a pioneer in the world of conservation for decades, spreading the message of, “What’s good for bears is good for people and the planet.”