DANIEL V. O’NEIL, WORDS
DVO’s work reflects his broad ranging experiences growing up Portland, Oregon, and subsequently living on the north Oregon Coast, Mt. Hood (currently), and briefly in Bellingham and Santa Cruz. Other than the West Coast, he spent ten years living between France and Spain, until feeling the urge to return to his home mountain, ocean, and forests, in 2013. He earned a BA in History at UCSC (‘99) and an MFA in Writing from Pacific University (‘15) and speaks/writes French and Spanish. He has written for Frequency: The Snowboarder’s Journal, Method Mag, Coast Mountain Culture, and Bend Magazine. More of his work can be read at www.danielvoneil.com.
LORI LABISSONIERE O’NEIL, VISUAL
Lori’s art and design calls attention to the sacred beauty of the Pacific Northwest landscape and the urgency to protect it. Raised in Yakima, WA, she has spent the past 20 years living in Oregon, with brief stints in California and abroad. Lori has a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art from Gonzaga University, and is a certified K-12 Art Teacher and self-taught graphic designer. Her clients have included Grassroots Extracts, Wilder Skin Co, Saint Olio Aromatics, William Kaven Architecture, and NOW Yoga. Her paintings have been featured across the west in spots like evo and Archimedes Gallery. View her latest projects at www.driftawake.com.