We've been working on Outside the Frame's Annual Gala screening of their new documentary Leaving Home, and new films by and with youth experiencing homelessness in Portland. And, it's this Monday, November 13! The event will also feature a Q&A with the young filmmakers and presentation of Lifetime Achievement Award to homeless activist Tia Plympton.
Film has the power to open people’s hearts. This event is a much needed way to see homeless youth as creators, producers, storytellers.
We hope you can join us! The event is FREE, at The Armory, and the doors open at 5:30 with light refre...
We recently completed an identity and marketing project for Anne DuBois Pilates, and we love the outcome!
Anne is so dedicated to her craft and definitely walks the walk and talks the talk. Trained at master studio of Romana Kryzanowska, the heir to Joseph Pilates' legacy, Anne teaches pure Romana's Pilates, which is pretty rare in the Portland market. In fact, there are only three Romana's Pilates instructors in the city. As a recent New York City transplant, Anne needed help building her business and marketing herself. And that is where Team Brigit stepped in.
The saying goes "April showers bring May flowers...", and in Portland rain is usually a guarantee no matter what month it is.
But on this very sunny April day with record heat, a video shoot was scheduled in the Pearl District -- and the script called for rain and umbrellas. So, the crew attached a fire hose to a hydrant and a 30-foot spout from the hose to produce a nice shower. And then the sun cast a perfect light on the scene.
Our umbrellas go up to that out-of-the-box thinking!
In the early summer of 2014, the Laurelhurst community in Portland was faced with the demolition of an iconic 1900s Spanish mission-style home that sat at the entry of their historic neighborhood. Fortunately for the home, the neighbors on the street where it lived included a historic preservation professional, a graphic designer, a communication expert and lots of willing volunteers.
Our first step was branding the home after the original owner, L.B. Markham, and developing a straightforward graphic approach -- tying the color to the notable red roof of the home. This gave us an easy w...