Ello' My name's Melissa. I'm originally from Miami, Florida and studied Commercial Photography at Appalachian State University. I enjoy shooting and writing about concert photography for the time being but I'd like to be a documentary photojournalist in the future. I consider myself a jack-of-all trades when it comes to photography because I can shoot for any vision, budget, and variety of photographic services. Furthermore, I've been writing about music for about 4 years now and can help with any writing you might need.
Matt Love is the publisher of Nestucca Spit Press. He’s the author/editor of 17 books about Oregon and a long-time advocate for the legalization of marijuana. He also contributes columns, articles and photographs to many Pacific Northwest publications. In 2009, Love won the Oregon Literary Arts’ Stewart H. Holbrook Literary Legacy Award for his contributions to Oregon history and literature. In addition to his publishing business, Love works with writers to prepare their manuscripts for publication. He also helps businesses by providing editorial content for their web sites and publications. His clients include Fort George Brewery, Anchor Pictures, Nesika Beach RV Park and Campground and the Astoria Chamber of Commerce. He is eager to work with cannabis-related to businesses to improve their print and online editorial content and branding. His website is www.nestuccaspitpress.com
Professional photographer of all sorts. Music, food, cannabis, people. www.cutlerphoto.com www.ishootweed.com
My name is Keti Chikhladze and I'm from Republic of Georgia, currently living in Seattle. Photography has always been my passion. Photographing scenes that look beautiful to me gives me the biggest joy, especially taking pictures of nature in our every day lives. Cannabis is one of the most amazing plants in the nature, it's healing abilities are beyond amazing, and besides that, Mary Jane is Beautiful! So I just want to show everyone it's beauty through my lens.
Recently graduating from a small liberal arts college in Montana, Jordan moved to Seattle to pursue a career in journalism. She works as a freelancer always welcoming a conversation to grow her brand and work.
Young aspiring filmmaker with a love for art and a fascination with the modern day life style
My name is Adam Rhodes. I have a passion for content generation that is based in my love of learning. My infatuation for language and the written word developed early and flourished during my time at Oregon State University. My most recent published works can be found on Marijuana Free Press along with Cannafo and The Strain Domain websites. I have written publicly on cannabis based topics for over a year and have no intention of stopping. I understand deadlines and how to upload my own content to WordPress and HTML style websites although I do not do general code work. I produce a constant deluge of relevant and pertinent content that is both informative and interesting to read.
I am a podcast host & brand owner, I also do micro & live event photography. Let me know if you have something you need a hand with and I'm sure we could work something out.
I hold a Ph.D. in U.S. history with an emphasis in the history of public policy and a J.D. I have a particular interest in the legal and policy aspects of marijuana use and research. Not that exciting, but obviously very important as states begin to legalize all used while federal law and policy remain largely mired in prohibition. Interesting legal and policy issues are bound to keep popping up until Congress acts decisively to legalize at the federal level. There is also a lot of room for legalization advocates to organize and agitate more vocally. Social movements have been important sources of change in law and policy since the Revolution.
R.S. Goff is a fledgling freelance writer from Southern Oregon. When not traveling the back roads, attending anachronistic feasting and camping events, or curling up with her fur-kids to watch sci fi/fantasy, she tries to actually get some writing done. Having an autistic long-time roommate has led her through a great deal of research into the benefits of cannabis as not just a recreation boon for many, but as a much needed medication for a large number of people not officially listed as having a disabling illness.