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May 14, 2015 by Megan

We are very excited to be packing up our new (old) 1988 Winnebago Warrior with gear, clothes, and sundries, to embark upon our 25-day, 2,366-mile adventure for Washington State Parks! We’ll be shooting photos and video at 58 of Washington’s beautiful state parks for the agency, building their media library for various future marketing purposes. Our family has a strong history with Washington State Parks (Rob used to be a park ranger at Riverside!), and it is exciting to be continuing that relationship in a new capacity through Rogue Heart Media. Taking the show on the road for this length of time is bound to be an adventure, so we will be documenting our travels here! We hope you’ll enjoy the journey across Washington State along with us!

Rob and I will still be checking email and taking phone calls when we can, but will be less accessible than usual while we’re on the road. Mallory will be holding down the fort while we’re away on this shoot, so feel free to contact her at mallory@rogueheartmedia.com with any immediate needs. To kick us off, here are some images we put together right here in Spokane’s Riverside State Park as part of our original proposal. This adventure is particularly special to us, as Rob and I first coined the term “Rogue Heart” when developing a travel blog together… when we were young and just started dating. Funny how things come full circle.

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Megan Kennedy

Written By Megan

With over 15 years of video production experience, Megan invests heart and mind into every project, from directing and editing PSA campaigns, to producing complex human interest documentaries, to developing extensive digital and multimedia campaigns. She also leads the team’s photography services, specializing in crafted portraiture as well as creative and conceptual imagery for marketing. She is an active member of Executive Women International, and she is dedicated to community stewardship and placemaking through her work within the City of Spokane and North Monroe Business District. In 2015, she was named an Emerging Business Leader by Inland Business Catalyst magazine, and, in 2018 and 2019, Rogue Heart was honored with the Dussault Community Impact Award as a result of her commitment to projects that make a difference.

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