A designer, mom, community advocate, Casey is constantly reimagining the world around her. A Bend native, she holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Visual Design and a minor in Business Administration from the University of Oregon. Casey's first design gig was at The Garage, Inc., a small creative firm known for innovative websites from 2000-2005. The company offered a full menu of print, branding and online media solutions to fulfill client needs in a small market. She left the company in 2005 and has been running her own show ever since.
Her client list past and present includes some of the area's most familiar faces: Deschutes Brewery, RuffWear, Deschutes River Conservancy, Upper Deschutes Watershed Council, Harcourts The Garner Group, Central Oregon Pediatric Associates (COPA), Cascade Lakes Brewing and Groove Yoga. She's done extensive informational design for environmental non-profits to visually explain technical data as well as informational projects for trails and wilderness sites for the United States Forest Service. She filters the projects that comes her way and enjoys working collaboratively on inventive, strategic teams doing work that creates positive social and environmental change.
When she isn't designing for businesses, Casey is passionate about community building, local activism and urban design. Her current "side" project is creating a new intentional community with the working title, The Bend Living Neighborhood Project. She served on the City of Bend's Central Westside Citizen Advisory Committee and currently is a member of the City's Citizen Transportation Advisory Committee. She recently self-published an interactive journal with Carol Delmonico entitled, Stoke Your Woke. If you live in Bend, you've probably seen her at a community event or commuting via electric cargo bike with her son. It is their preferred mode of transit.