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We are now in the ReDirect Guide!

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Qualified ReDirect Guide MemberWe’re taking a big leap this year and running our biggest advertising campaign ever! And we have chosen to work with the only directory we actually use, the ReDirect Guide. If you are not already familiar with them, the ReDirect Guide is “The Healthy & Sustainably Lifestyle Directory” with editions in Portland/Vancouver, Salt Lake City/Park City, and Denver/Boulder/Ft Collins.  Their mission is to “foster the growth of the sustainable business community, facilitate green lifestyles, and empower consumers to leverage their everyday purchasing decisions into powerful and measurable support for social responsibility, environmental stewardship, and healthy communities.” It is truly a badge of honor to be a Certified Green Business, and we’ll be wearing ours proudly. The print edition with our ads will be available on Earth Day, April 22, 2013. In the meantime, check out our listing on the website – there are coupons! And be sure to share this with friends who might want to save a little green while being green.


Pet Portrait Photography book just published!

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

We are very excited to announce that we have published our first pet portrait photography book! Comprised of images from our benefit show for Family Dogs New Life, $5 from the sale of each book will be donated to animal rescue. Each book is printed on demand and features hardcover with full color dust jacket, FSC certified 100# (148 GSM) premium lustre paper, and durable library binding for enjoyment for years to come. We also have 2 sizes available to fit every budget!



Dogs, Etc. by Hanmi Hubbard Meyer is available in 2 sizes:

Coffee table edition (11×13 in) $86
Lapdog edition (8×10 in) $55
Please contact us directly if you would like a signed or personally inscribed copy!

Pet Portrait Photography Exhibit and Sale to benefit Family Dogs New Life 1/31/13

Friday, January 4th, 2013

We are super excited to be part of Portland GiveBack’s winter philanthropic event at the end of January!  The beneficiary this time around is Family Dogs New Life Shelter and 50% of the art sales proceeds will go to help them expand their operation and find homes for dogs regardless of breed or history.

We have close to 40 pieces already installed with a few more to go, plus we’ll have greeting cards, smaller prints, and perhaps some surprises for the night of the event.  There will be food and wine and art to fit every budget and all for a great cause AND IT’S FREE!

Show your support by joining us:

Thursday, January 31st, 4:30 – 9pm
Oregon First NE Office,
5136 NE Garfield Ave., Portland, OR  97211

More event details…

Speaking of support, we have to give a HUGE shout out and THANK YOU to ProLam for generously donating the mounting for more than half the pieces.  Their work looks fantastic and will go a long way to helping us give generously to FDNL.


Blogging vs. Facebook/Twitter

Monday, August 29th, 2011

Ever since putting up our Facebook page, it seems I’ve been more inclined  to “micro blogging” rather than updating here. Since the last update, we’ve been keeping busy photographing lots of pet portraits and a couple amazing milestone events including a 90th birthday party and a 50th wedding anniversary party. In July I took a couple months off to recuperate from surgery, but we are back in action and kicking things off with a wedding at a central Oregon mountain resort. We are also very excited to be working with the Oregon Opportunity Network and will be photographing a series of events for them starting with their Annual Awards Gala and Industry Support Conference in mid-September.


Just Launched: Oregon PSM Website

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

We are delighted to have wrapped up the second phase of work on the Oregon Professional Science Masters (Oregon PSM) program website! In addition to designing & developing the website from scratch in Drupal 6, we also designed the logo, a couple brochures, and provided a number of environmental portraits and all of the advisory board headshots. The board members are all industry leaders in sustainability, bioscience, nanotech, renewable energy, education, politics, and technology. An amazing group of people, to say the least, and every one of them as nice as can be.

Drupal was at times a real bear to work with, but it is without question a very powerful platform. We will provide ongoing maintenance work and continue to make occasional updates to the site as well. Not the easiest project ever, but one we are certainly proud of. Check it out and let us know what you think!
http://oregonpsm.org/