"From outdoor activities, to sustainable farming and top-notch seafood restaurants, the Seattle area offers visitors a unique flavor of the Northwest."
Recently I was lucky enough to wind up on an assignment not only writing and photographing about the city and state I love to call home, but to design the article myself. I was contacted by 360i Advertising who were a dream to work with, and the article is now live on Enterprise.com
Check out a snippet of the story below and visit this link for the full story.
"Dark, glassy green water. Sharp mountains whose prominent, powdered peaks scrape the sky. Islands that stretch into the endless horizon. It’s no question the blood of Seattleites runs thick with a deep respect for the rugged beauty we have the pleasure to call home. That respect makes its way out in everything from the care we take in the marine life we forage, to the community businesses that tread lightly wherever they go, giving back twice what they take, to the lifestyle that is the epitome of the Pacific Northwest. Rock climbing, skiing, trail running, cycling, sailing, paddle boarding, crabbing, mountaineering- all a great way to spend your day anywhere, but do so in Washington and you’ll be grabbed hold of by the untamable beauty and pulled into the epic backcountry.
The city itself pulses with the energy of a place thick with local values and community. Tattooed, mustachioed baristas whip up finely-tuned espresso for thick-chested (and even thicker-bearded) fishermen sporting their signature orange bibs while the two exchange news of the local banter. Both are blood and bone representations of Seattle and both can be found at one of the cities many fine restaurants."
Visit the link above for the full story at Enterprise.com