Who we are
This is a thoughtful design studio
forged by friendship.
Whether pushing pixels, finessing bezier curves, rebuilding a house from the studs or walking across the entire country – the common thread in Adam’s experiential approach to life is problem solving and systems-thinking.
Toby is an enthusiastic designer, builder, entrepreneur, photographer and occasional sleeper. With over a decade of experience, his award-winning work with Google, Nike and Burton ranges from digital platforms to products and physical spaces.
Born the seventh son to a family of artists, Denis learned at an early age to think different and to roll with the punches (literally). He has proudly led creative teams in the development of world class creative for Nike, Levi’s, REI and Patagonia.
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Meet Lily. Batteries included.
CES Innovation Award winning Lily is the world’s first personal flying camera. Simple, autonomous and revolutionary, Lily uses visual tracking and programmed maneuvers to perform complex captures via the Lily mobile app.
Celebrate the spirit & bounty of Portland.
This Shaker-inspired gathering space and community kitchen is much more than a venue for the consumption of fine meals and local ingredients. Jason French's Elder Hall fosters the community through craft, events, education and creative collaboration.
Photos: Stuart Mullenberg, Robert J. Hill
Guilt free bubbly for the mindful imbiber.
Made with real California wine, purified sparkling water, electrolytes and zero added sugar, Bon Affair is a lighter, everyday wine spritzer for the healthy professional. It pairs well with hot days and early morning wake-up calls.
Setting the bar high.
As a specialty coffeehouse, Barista set out to defy the traditional café / roaster relationship by offering multiple high-end coffees from around the country. Seven years and four retail locations later, Barista is now the gold standard from which premium cafes model themselves.
Photos: Ian Pratt