Kelcie Moseley is the education and legislative reporter for the Idaho Press-Tribune in Nampa, and she was born and raised in Boise. In her spare time, she works as a freelance writer and petsitter.
Jessica Holmes runs a freelance copywriting business and Boise’s popular Story Story Night. A lifelong word nerd with a wry sense of humor, she won the inaugural Boise’s Funniest Person stand-up comedy contest, and was subsequently named the “Best Invitee To Your Next Cocktail Party” in Boise Weekly’s 2013 Best of Boise issue.
Charlotte is a California transplant, but don’t hold it against her. She’s also a Boise State journalism grad, a former news editor for the Idaho Press-Tribune and current marketing coordinator for West Valley Medical Center. In her spare time, she enjoys planning vacations she’ll never take and crushing her foes in a local bar trivia league.
Rochelle Lierz DeLong
Rochelle Lierz DeLong. Rochelle spends her days running Consilio, a Boise-based business coaching and training company. When she’s not coaching, she explores the Boise landscape on foot, the world with family and friends and interesting ideas.
Megan Egbert is an Idaho native, playing the role of librarian by day and wannabe writer by night. She enjoys strong coffee, biking, and reading whenever she can find time. She writes about parenting, technology, and everything in between.
Jim has been an active member of the Boise business community since 1981. That year, he earned his MBA at Cornell University and was recruited by Hewlett-Packard to join Boise’s Disk Memory Division. Finishing a varied and eye-opening stint with the firm in 2005, he stayed with the printing and imaging business, but switched sides to become a blogger and analyst covering the industry. He completes ten years of this second career in 2015, which also includes teaching Marketing and Economics for the University of Phoenix.
Mike is the founder and president of c308 Marketing, a Boise-based digital marketing company. National and local clients rely on his web dev, ad strategy, and creative designs. Mike is on the board of Life’s Kitchen and chairman of the Idaho Advertising Federation.
Sitting in seventh grade algebra class, Chris Ennis realized he would need to find a career that didn’t involve “finding X.” Chris is a photographer, videographer and the owner of NuVision Productions. He has shot a multitude of projects for local, regional and national businesses and non-profits. Chris loves living in Idaho because, hey…what’s not to love?
Joe came to Boise in 2003, planning to stay for 2-3 years, and never left. If you play Boise city-league basketball, softball, flag-football, volleyball or ultimate frisbee, you’ve probably run into him. He wears a variety of hats in his professional life including visual journalist, editor, writer, and creative director.
Nick Groff is the communications specialist for the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation and a former journalist and photojournalist. Groff spends his spare time tinkering and building in his garage, attempting to woodwork and visiting local breweries.
Steve Smith started shooting in the music business in Los Angeles in 1976. His assignment work has appeared in People, Time, Rolling Stone, Men’s Journal, Life, Fortune, Forbes, Business Week and The New York Times Magazine. In 2002 Steve relocated to Boise, ID to open his current studio.
Shawn David has a background in ski racing and coaching and loves taking pictures of just plain, regular, people that are exceptional deep down. Shawn considers himself both naturally and artificially flavored. You’ll see him out on the green belt enjoying the river with his wife of over 25 years or in the mountains camping with his family.