A little bit about us

Stacy (she/her) is a visual storyteller, brand strategist, and artist.

She specializes in a number of things, but her fave things to do are: visual design, illustration, and writing. Stacy is passionate about working with BIPOC communities and crafting narratives around social and racial justice. She has a background in tech and B2B marketing as well as in the nonprofit sector. Stacy is also an award-winning journalist and a former news editor.

In her down time, Stacy enjoys spending days making real simple stuff — like bread. She also likes hanging with and sometimes getting into arguments with her dogs, Georgie and Maxi.

Jordan (she/her) is a web developer and social/digital media manager. She is great at ensuring that both code and front-facing content are accessible and user-friendly. 

In addition to her work with Stacy, Jordan has helped arts organizations and small businesses establish and refine their web and social media presence. She finds her most meaningful work is with clients doing transformative work that centers justice, equity, and accessibility.

Jordan enjoys gardening, exploring outdoors, and spending time with her husband, super young daughter, and dog. She’s very tired.

An image of Madison Woo, an Asian woman with dark hair wearing a jean jacket

After creating a business’s first-ever logo during her sophomore year at the University of Washington, Madison (she/her) developed an excitement for creating brands and designs that resonate. Her goal is to help organizations bring their values to life and offer solutions that connect with people.

When she’s not working on projects with Stacy, she’s supporting design needs across sales and marketing teams at Accolade, a Seattle-based healthcare tech company.

You can find her training at her Muay Thai gym during her free time, hitting up the latest food festival, or cuddling with her cat, Felix.

Vietnamese American woman with dark brown hair, smiling as she looks straight ahead.

Julie (she/her) is a social media manager who is great at bringing warmth to social media engagement, storytelling, and using emojis to communicate feelings.

Previously, Julie was a small business owner, running a family-owned furniture store alongside her dad. She oversaw everything, from finances to inventory to staffing. Kinda randomly for a stint of time, Jules brought her business acumen to concert production, bringing hip hop artists like Twista, Do Or Die, and Kirko Bangz locally.

Outside of work, Julie’s creativity is displayed through nail art. 

Headshot of Eric, who is a biracial Japanese American man

Eric (he/him) is a content writer and copy editor whose background is in news. (He is also Northwest Asian Weekly’s copy editor.) His specialty is longer form content, such as blogs, newsletters, and articles — though he has been writing edutainment-type content for social media lately. Outside of writing, Eric works in revenue cycle management in healthcare.

Born in Japan, Eric is a third generation Japanese American. When he is not working, he enjoys training for marathons, watching too much football, playing video games, and exploring national parks.

(Eric is not on social media ;D)

Eddie (he/him) is a poet, writer, content creator, and kimchi maker.

His background is in education — leading poetry workshops and teaching composition. His poetry and creative nonfiction has been featured on former U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith’s iteration of the podcast: The Slowdown. He is a 2022 Best of the Net Anthology winner in poetry and a Kundiman fellow.

As a freelancer, he creates content ranging from blogs, articles, newsletters, social media posts, and more. His favorite projects are ones helping do good. 

He is from the Seattle area but is currently based in Glasgow, Scotland where he owns and operates Gomo Kimchi