We produce communication strategies and campaigns, videos, logos and taglines, digital and print materials, websites and loyalty-building experiences.
Sheepscot Creative’s clients improve the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest. We inspire advocacy and action on their behalf. Our work empowers organizations to communicate more productively, from leadership and staff to partners, peers, customers, donors and fans.
Our clients do so much good. We make sure audiences are paying attention.
Need a brilliant strategist who pays attention to detail and is ready to tackle a complicated project? Hire Sheepscot Creative. They deliver.Chris D'Arcy; executive director, Oregon Arts Commission and Oregon Cultural Trust
Not only did Sheepscot poise us to tell our story, they helped us write that story from the ground up. Not a week goes by without referencing the work we did together.Christi Crowley; development director, Young Audiences of Oregon & SW Washington
I recommend Sheepscot Creative for any creative project, especially those that require complex strategic planning.Kate Lasky; executive director, Josephine Community Libraries
vitals / born in framingham, MA / youngest of 3 children / leo / 1 dog + 1 cat / right-handed at everything except billiards
Dave founded Sheepscot Creative in January 2010. Previously, he served as director of marketing and development at Powell’s Books (1998-2009), building Portland's indie bookseller into a competitive national brand. Over the years, he's interviewed hundreds of authors and artists for page and screen: Annie Leibovitz, Salman Rushdie, Michael Palin... His work has earned “Best of the Web” awards from Yahoo! and Forbes. His film projects have been recommended by the New Yorker and featured in the New York Times. Since 2011, he has served on the board of Oregon Humanities.
vitals / born in new york city / capricorn / 2 sons / 1 corgi / 1 lucky dress / dreams of another vacation in greece
Kate uses her powers of engagement to help people, brands, and companies tell their stories in ways that are unique and meaningful. As founder, executive producer, and artistic director of Live Wire! Radio, she directed live production, business development, and fundraising. More recently, as a creative director, writer, brand strategist, and namer, she’s helped clients such as Ecotrust, Nike, Salt & Straw, Revolution Hall, and Whole Foods Market name and brand their programs and services.
vitals / born in newton, MA / has pet cockatiel / gemini / likes 3 olives with an IPA / without his a.m. coffee the universe will implode
Michael stepped behind a camera in seventh grade. Since then, just about the only time he’s put it down is to edit. With a resume that includes several years at Intel, he brings deep technical savvy and practical knowledge to every choice of equipment and shot. With Sheepscot he’s piloted drones over America’s wildest landscapes and filmed from helicopters, kayaks and sleds. His event and portrait photography captures the authentic spirit of his subjects.
Hanna Nesper Newell
vitals / born in evanston, IL / virgo / 2 daughters / 1 very large dog / 1 very old cat / childhood lightning strike survivor
Hanna brings more than fifteen years experience in advertising and brand marketing, ten of which were spent leading account teams at ad agencies including Wieden+Kennedy, Razorfish and Campbell Mithun. Her successes include campaigns for clients both global (Nike and Coca-Cola) and regional (Oregon State University). She’s managed high-profile Super Bowl spots as well as the digital elements of Procter & Gamble’s Global Sponsorship of the 2012 London Olympics.
vitals / raised in riverside, IL / 3 cats / aries / longs to see the pyramids / terminal music addict
Leah honed her skills fostering brand loyalty and building a digital presence as the New Media Manager at New Seasons Market and, previously, at Pacific Northwest College of Art. Providing a functional balance of creative and technical skills, Leah adeptly facilitates complex communication projects that deliver desired results. With a journalism background, she’s also produced content for publications including The Chicago Reporterand Nervy Girl magazine.
Jen has spent more than a decade designing for the health, nonprofit, publishing and mobile app industries. Her experience includes five years as art director for the Portland Mercury, and stints at Portland Spaces magazine and Sagacity Media. Recent clients include Oregon Humanities, Right Brain Initiative, Portland State University and the Regional Arts and Culture Council. She helps clients commmunicate with clarity of purpose through efficient and beautiful design.