Big Fish NW Talent is a Washington State talent agency that proudly has thousands of talent available for principal roles, extra roles and promotional/live events throughout the region. Our talent can be readily found in films ranging from indies to theater blockbusters, regional & national commercials, training videos, print campaigns, gaming, voice-overs and many other projects.
Big Fish NW Talent Representation was established by Becky Reilly in 1996 to fill a need for a talent resource in Spokane, Washington. In 2001, Becky worked with Gordon Adams to open an office in Seattle to cover the Seattle and Portland markets. In 2015, Melissa Baldauf joined the team that includes, booking agent Elyse Sevener. All combined, we have well over 50 years of experience in the business and are known for our high level of personal service towards both our talent and our clients.
Offering excellence in pregnancy and postpartum fitness instruction. Specialized group classes and one-on-one training help individuals to prepare mentally and physically for the work of childbirth and postpartum recovery.
Classes are designed with the specific needs of pregnancy and postpartum in mind. Safe, fun and challenging–we work hard and have fun doing it! Attendees leave feeling strong, confident and supported! It’s been called, “the best thing since pickles and ice cream for pregnant moms” (a very grateful husband)!
The Carkeek Park Advisory Council (CPAC) is a group of neighbors, community members and volunteers who support and enjoy Carkeek Park. We work with Seattle Parks and Recreation in an advisory and supporting role. We have organized volunteer efforts through which many members of our community have contributed thousands of hours of volunteer time to improving the park, in areas such as restoring salmon runs to Piper’s Creek, the trails improvement project, restoring Piper’s Orchard, reforestation, and many others.
Cascade Cactus and Succulent Society of WA is a club of hobbyists interested in education and conservation of cacti and succulents. At our monthly meetings we learn about care and cultivation of succulent plants, share them with others and share goodwill with others who participate in this hobby. We are always open to visitors, with meetings held on the third Sunday of the month. Half of our meetings occur at the Phinney Center and the other half are “in the field” visiting member collections or on field trips.