Zach Dundas is a longtime writer, editor, and creative director who’s borderline obsessed with seeing both the big story and the killer details — everything needed to capture and communicate the most epic dimensions of exciting projects, products, and companies.
In more than a decade of collaboration with agencies and brands, he’s driven in-depth discovery, overall strategy, high-level messaging, and nitty-gritty content execution for clients and partners ranging from Microsoft and Aflac to grassroots local businesses. As a consultant, he helps shape editorial and brand identities to connect with audiences in new ways.
For five years, he led the creative team at Portland Monthly as co-executive editor and editor-in-chief, orchestrating reporting, collaborating with art direction, and reshaping the identity of an award-winning media brand. As correspondent for Monocle, he covers the Pacific Northwest for the UK-based international business, current affairs, design, and lifestyle magazine. And as the author of two books, many feature articles, video and podcast scripts, headlines, tag-lines, blurbs, and even the odd tweet, he can find the right match between medium and strategy.