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Getting creative with canines

One day, Shauna Ireland (one of our talented video and photography assistants) and her wife Rosemary decided to adopt a puppy — but they came home with two. It seemed like a disastrous idea, but now Shauna can’t imagine separating River and Parker. Sure, they have drama. Sharing toys is…

Meet the Team: Jessica Shafer

Welcome to the TMC interview! What attracted you to Tigermoth Creative? I’ve known Andrea Spencer for a little while now and have always been intrigued by what she does as a writer, but what really drew me to TMC was their work with nonprofit organizations and local communities. A big…

Meet the Team: Jack Clodfelter

What drew you to intern with the Tigermoth team? There are two main reasons I was drawn to Tigermoth Creative. First, I’ve known the Director of Creative Writing (Andrea Spencer) for most of my life, so having her as my supervisor was compelling motivation to join. Second, TMC’s mission of…

THANK YOU FOR ANOTHER GREAT YEAR OF LETTING US SHARE IN YOUR MISSION.

So many great clients. So many great stories to tell.

As we dive into 2023, we’re feeling incredibly grateful; grateful to be a part of such important work, and to to walk though that work hand-in-hand with such incredible clients. This year, our areas of focus included education access; health equity; protecting, restoring, and persevering natural resources; professional development for…

On hope, second chances, and keys: Cleveland’s story

There are some people you don’t forget. For us, his name is Cleveland.   Cleveland Finch carries himself with certainty. With honesty. He’s transparent when he tells us about the 11 times he’s been to prison. His voice shakes when he talks of the 27 years he’ll never get back.  He…

Meet the Team: Abigail Leow

Tell us more about your experience at UNC — what did you love most about going to school there? I’ve always had a bit of a weird experience with school–I actually graduated high school with my Associates degree in hand, so I was already sort of outside of the norm,…