Podtastic! Part II: Art of the Story

by Hillary Miller On October 30th, 1938, Orson Welles presented his story “War of the Worlds” live on national radio. As you probably have heard, the storytelling was so realistic it caused a widespread panic until Welles himself went on air to do damage control and...

Celebrating Sweet 16—With a Fond Farewell

Hydrogen celebrates its 16th anniversary this month. And to mark the occasion, I’m retiring. Actually, the timing of my retirement is coincidence. After 37 years in the advertising profession—all of it here in Seattle—I’ve come to a point in life when I have the opportunity to close...

Social Influencers: Dot Com Déjà vu?

By Mary Knight, Partner/Executive Creative Director Beautiful Instagram ‘nobodies’ Jack Morris and Lauren Bullen earn six figures by traveling the world, staying in exotic places and posting to their 3.4 million followers. In fact, even though they won’t do a post for less than $3,000, they’ve...

A Yogic Mindset

by: Sydney Fullerton, Project Manager On paper, there’s not much that puts yoga and me in the same room. Yoga originated in ancient India and has a Sanskrit vocabulary. I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, have never set foot in Asia, and my...