While the agency’s team and client portfolio continues to expand from its headquarters in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, we are thoughtful and strategic about client engagements.We are focused on maintaining direct ownership of every account and relationship, ensuring that clients have direct access to senior level experts at all times and on a long term basis.
Erin holds more than a decade of diverse public relations experience, with expertise in the hospitality, food & beverage and spirits industries. Previous experience includes a full range of service, including communications strategy, media relations, event publicity and community relations with agencies in Seattle, San Francisco and Spokane.
A proven expert at helping clients identify compelling angles, and then delivering these stories in the media that will make the biggest impact, her award–winning experience has delivered powerful, measurable results for dozens of restaurants, hotels, small businesses and destinations. Clients in the travel and hospitality sector appear in the pages of Food & Wine, Wine Spectator, Conde Nast Traveler, Wall Street Journal and New York Times, with frequent appearances in regional media such as Seattle Met, Sunset, Alaska Airlines, Puget Sound Business Journal and The Seattle Times. She is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers and holds a B.A. in Public Relations from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash.
Account Manager Kate Neidigh is a news producer turned public relations professional with a passion for people and a knack for news. After spending nearly a decade sharing stories of the Northwest and managing social media on behalf of KOMO Radio, Kate jumped to the other side of the news desk. A self-proclaimed news junkie, she is always researching the latest trends, she loves to people watch and spot trends (ie: read entertainment magazines). Born in Omaha, Nebraska but raised in the Pacific Northwest, Kate is into hiking, backpacking and exploring just about anywhere. She holds a B.A. in Communications from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communications at Washington State University.