Makers

Stephanie Sparkman

Stephanie Sparkman

Consigning Women written by Tanis Logan-Morris | photographed by Tim Sugden Coco Chanel famously said, “A woman should be two things: classy and fabulous.” Aiding the women of Portland in this continuous quest is Stephanie Sparkman’s first class boutique, Consigning Women. Tucked into a cheerful space at 412 NW 11th Avenue, in the heart of […]

Shea Wilcox

Shea Wilcox

A Resonance of Roots written by Jen Namba photographed by Tim Sugden It is a perfect summer day in Juneau, Alaska. Sweeping, snow-capped mountains tower above a crystal sea, beckoning tourists from their cruise ship balconies. Just off the pier, the sweet smell of fresh crab, the hum of friendly conversations, and the easy atmosphere […]

Paul Vu

Paul Vu

EDA Frames written by Justin Fields photographed by Tim Sugden Visiting with Paul Vu at EDA Frames in Beaverton is like visiting with a friend in their own home. The unassuming and comfortable office is guarded by a cheerful white maltipoo, and the chairs and magazines make for an inviting atmosphere to discuss eyewear style […]

Monica Marteau

Monica Marteau

French Cut Hair written by Michelle Gant | photographed by Tim Sugden For French Cut Hair salon owner Monica Marteau, it started with her grandmother. “She was a very tall, elegant lady,” says Marteau, her accent lifting the vowel sounds tall, dispelling any question as to how her salon got its name. “As a child, […]

Katy Kippen of Grayling Jewelry

Katy Kippen of Grayling Jewelry

Adornment from the Inside Out written by Merlin Varaday | photographed by Tim Sugden Katy Kippen, the founder and owner of Grayling Jewelry (1609 NE Alberta St.), was inspired by artistic family members from an early age. Her grandfather was a stonecutter, her father a hobby painter and a wood carver, and her mother a […]

Dean Young of Young’s Jewelers

Dean Young of Young’s Jewelers

Preserving Memories written by Justin Fields | photographed by Tim Sugden For many people, a piece of jewelry is not just a material possession – it tells a story. It might be a part of their family history, a keepsake from a cherished moment or a reminder of a loved one. Dean Young, owner of […]

Andrea Moore

Andrea Moore

A Designer Emerges, with MOORE written by Courtney Tait | photography by Tim Sugden As a young girl growing up in the woods of a tiny town in New Hampshire, fashion designer Andrea Moore used scraps of fabric she found around her house to sew dresses. “My mom recalls I made a dress out of […]

Pascal Chureau Field & Vine Dinners – Serves Up Country Tableside

Pascal Chureau Field & Vine Dinners – Serves Up Country Tableside

For the past several years Chef Pascal Chureau has been building another successful food-centric business stemming from the well-regarded Allium Bistro in West Linn. A single gathering at a winery, Field & Vine emerged as a phenomenally successful dinner series in the countryside. Field & Vine also produces corporate events, weddings and all things catering. […]