My name is Rebecca Wilson. For seven years, I lived in Brooklyn, New York. But on October 1, 2011, I returned to Oregon, my home state. I live in a house in Northeast Portland with one man and three cats.
I am interested in hiking, music, reading, taking pictures and cooking food.
I have a real passion for disability rights.
In 2010, I left my job of five years to write things, edit other things, make websites and and create online marketing strategies for rad small businesses and organizations. Setting out on my own was pretty out of character for me, but I had thought about it for a while and eventually reached an important conclusion: Life is too short to not have adventures, even scary ones. Especially scary ones.
In addition to editing and web projects, I am a music writer at the Portland Mercury, a (the) movie reviewer at Flickboom.com and the actual human behind the YAI Autism Center‘s social media ventures.
I spend a lot of time editing other people’s creative and intellectual work. But this blog is all mine. This way, my existence won’t (entirely) depend on other people. It’s an offshoot of my beloved Flickr page.
If you want to know more about the work I do, email me at rebecca(dot)r(dot)wilson(at)gmail(dot)com.