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Kelsey Tucker

Kelsey Tucker

WORDS Stephanie Von Allmen | Photography Tim Sugden To know Kelsey Tucker is to love her, so when I had the opportunity to feature my eccentric neighbor in Portland Interview Magazine I jumped at the chance. The spotlight is on Tucker this issue to celebrate the recent success of her movie, The Competition, which premiered […]

Paul Culp – SuperGenius Studios

Paul Culp – SuperGenius Studios

written by Justin Fields Oregon is fast becoming a top hub for video game developers, and SuperGenius, led by CEO and founder Paul Culp, is at the leading edge of that trend. Culp exemplifies the creative and disciplined new breed of Oregon indie tech pioneers, contributing to an industry already valued at $111 million and […]

Reggie Lee – Triple Threat

Reggie Lee – Triple Threat

written by Sheila Hamilton photographed by Dax McMillan Reggie Lee arrives at our studios, “The LA way.” He drives himself when he’s too rushed to go by bike or Uber. He just finished shooting six hours ago at 1:30 a.m. in a “huge-ass compound” in Scappoose, where he imagines something sketchy had probably taken place. […]

Ann Curry – Journalist

Ann Curry – Journalist

In New York City, the sport of piecing together what happened to Ann Curry at NBC’s Today show is still very much in play. New York Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, and a book by reporter Brian Stelter on the cutthroat nature of television news have all detailed NBC’s decision to push Curry out […]

Roddy Piper – Celebrity

Roddy Piper – Celebrity

written by Justin Fields A True Performer, Bagpiper, Boxer, Actor, And Professional Wrestler. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper represents an important chapter in Portland sports history. In the era following the Blazers championship of 1977, nothing was more memorable than watching Portland Wrestling on Saturday nights on Channel 12. Piper dominated the screen with a brash attitude […]

Chuck Palahniuk – Author

Chuck Palahniuk – Author

Chuck Palahniuk arrives at our interview impeccably groomed; his punk haircut slicked with gel, his fingers expertly manicured. His voice is soft and his manner is so calm, one might miss that he pronounces every single consonant he speaks. That precision makes sense given his reputation for writing and rewriting a sentence, not just for […]

Cat Winters – Novelist

Cat Winters – Novelist

Gothic Ghost Tales Meets Historical Fiction “I stepped inside the railroad car, and three dozen pairs of eyes peered my way. Gauze masks concealed the passengers’ mouths and noses. The train smelled of my own mask’s cotton, boiling onions, and a whiff of something clammy and sour I took to be fear.” So begins Cat […]

Madeline Monlux – Miss Jr Teen

Madeline Monlux – Miss Jr Teen

Madeline Monlux is an extraordinary young woman. In November 2014 she was named National All-American Miss Jr. Teen. But this isn’t what makes her special. At the age of fourteen, Madeline is an active member in the Oregon community, donating her time to the Portland nonprofit Metro Toy Drive, raising money for the Dian Fossey […]