County of San Bernardino: Vision Book

In 2013, we finished work on an important, visually-compelling marketing piece for the County of San Bernardino. The book illustrates the Countywide Vision. It was a great opportunity to write about and help to edit and oversee graphics and photography for this beautiful County. Learn more about the importance of the Countywide Vision here.

Here’s where it starts: We envision a complete county that capitalizes on the diversity of its people, its geography, and its economy to create a broad range of choices for its residents in how they live, work, and play.

Page from County of San Bernardino vision book

Page from County of San Bernardino vision book

A page from our Vision Book

A page from our Vision Book

In the News: The Triangle

Have you had a chance to visit the “new” Triangle in Costa Mesa? There’s now a great new collection of restaurants and destinations: Saddle Ranch, El Corazon, Olive Branch/Black Knight plus some popular standards – Sutra and Yard House. See what Greenlaw Partners has done to redefine entertainment for Costa Mesa – BTW – A new very cool bowling tavern is next on the list to open!

OC Register feature. Click Here.

Bask Magazine feature. Click Here.

Learn more: www.go2Triangle.com

Local Beauty

The beauty of San Gorgonio

The beauty of San Gorgonio

I am continually amazed at the beauty of Southern California. From the coastlines to the mountains – it’s a great playground to have in your backyard. If you haven’t taken the time to hike a few of our great local spots – try something out soon. On July 4 I spent the day hiking Mt. San Gorgonio. It’s a breathtaking climb. And there is nothing better than a little lunch at the top. Go out and hike something local!

Challenge Yourself!

Sometimes inspiration comes from the most interesting places. For me it was a Citi Bank commercial. You know the one – the girl, buys shoes, rope, and stands on top of the spire – which I discovered was Ancient Art in Moab, Utah. Now I love rock climbing – especially in Joshua Tree (in the County of San Bernardino!) But taking on the challenge of researching, then training to climb Ancient Art was a great test. And the success of standing at the top of the spire on June 23 was amazing! The best part? I’m  inspired to push myself even farther: Next up – Castleton and possibly Mt Whitney rock climbs.

On top of Ancient Art in Moab, Utah.

On top of Ancient Art in Moab, Utah.

Taking a break on the rocks