Feature length content, when done well, incorporates marketing, public relations, and journalism into a perfect balance. And it can become invaluable original content for brands.

Here's a collection of feature length pieces I've written—from Pacific Northwest case studies to Hollywood blockbuster analysis—that hit on all the points—human interest, audience engagement, and brand equity.


Liquid Agency Blog // Spring 2016
Liquid Agency did a campaign for Ernest Packaging to advertise the very cool project that Ernest did in partnership with Cardboard Chaos—creating a Fender Stratocaster replica completely from cardboard. Liquid provided me with assets from the campaign, and asked me to write a piece for their blog. The intro piece lives on the blog feed, while the full story including images and video is just a click away. 

See the piece live here > 

 

Grovemade Journal // Spring 2016
I spent a morning last December with some of my friends at Grovemade, talking about what makes their culture so special. Then I transcribed about four hours worth of audio recordings and wove their distinct thoughts into a cohesive narrative. The Grovemade folks did an awesome job of visually representing this piece, and I'm really happy with how it turned out.
See it live (it looks way better) on the Grovemade Journal >


AIGA Featured Article // fall 2015
interview with Brian Matzat, for nonprofit organization Islands of Brilliance.  full site >

 
 

Oregon Lands at Work Blog // fall > winter 2015
series of 500- to 1,500-word case studies built on essential information from contributors, plus a little research on my part.
See these stories and others live on the Oregon Lands At Work blog >


Intel: Let the Inside Out // spring 2015
series of interview writeups for an internally-originating campaign. these pieces showcase the stories of the remarkable individuals inside Intel, that make up the industry-leading innovator you see on the outside.


Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Relationship Breakdown // fall 2014
blog-style content for a movie review website, leading up to the release of the film.