Wherever Brad goes, his island hometown of Wrangell, Alaska is right there with him. His Tlingit heritage and community-focused roots give him a natural understanding of issues in Indian Country. Brad took a detour from the Pacific, completing his Journalism and Media Studies degree at University of Nevada Las Vegas. After making his way back to the coast (this time to Seattle) to work in digital media production, it was only a matter of time before Brad found Pyramid. Brad brings deep knowledge of tribal sovereignty, current affairs, media, and content development to his role as a project manager. Brad’s tribal communications and strategy work has grown from a focus on Washington and Alaska communities to include Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Idaho, and Oregon. His work in tribal collaboration is a direct reflection of his style as a project manager. Known for bringing people together, Brad understands how to embrace the strengths and voices of tightly knit communities. A sports enthusiast, Brad is often found playing basketball or watching the Mariners or Seahawks.
His philosophy on the client-agency relationship
“Great relationships are born when everyone enjoys the project. I like to have fun at what I do and like when my clients have fun, too. Everyone is more comfortable and honest, and the end result is always better.”