Seth’s love for conservation started with his career as a stylist with AVEDA. It was where his roots in advocating for environmental and nonprofit work began to flourish. His salon partnered with The Puget Soundkeepers Alliance through cleanups and fundraising and often worked with local Seattle artists to raise money for the Clean Water Act and salmon protection in Puget Sound. After returning to school for design and becoming a proud alumnus of Seattle Creative Academy he worked on a small, mobile, internal marketing team for a professional development provider as a Production Designer. He developed keen organization skills and a tempered eye for striking design decisions before moving to his new home at True Blue Strategies. Now, he is proud to be the Visual Designer at True Blue, where he is part of a team of amazing individuals and clients that allow his love for environmental preservation and design to coexist.

When he’s not working as a designer/illustrator/stylist he is slaying goblins and kobolds with his friends, basically family, in the original board game Dungeons & Dragons. If not D&D, he’s gunning for “The Longest Road” in Settlers of Catan against his rival and tyrannical partner. Or possibly you can find him taking slo-mo videos of his two cats play-fighting. He also would like to state that he has indeed finished the prison cell of a Fantasy novel series known as The Wheel of Time and asks that anyone who has also completed it, please come speak with him immediately. When venturing outside, less rare of an occasion than you would think from the previously listed hobbies, Seth likes to attend live music, eat out at underappreciated restaurants, or travel to a new cityscape to explore all the aforementioned items.

I wish it need not have happened in my time," said Frodo. "So do I," said Gandalf. "And so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Rings

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