Jessie Denning graduated magna cum laude with a BA in English and a minor in Writing from Oregon State University in 2012. She then got a job editing for a magazine, where she quickly rose through the ranks to become managing editor and webmaster. Along the way, she took plenty of side jobs creating websites and editing short stories and novels.
After working for seven years, she decided she wanted a change of pace. Putting her editing, web development, and other skills learned from her years in the publishing business, she started Denning Print Company. She now splits her time between working on her 50-acre farm and running the business.
Rhoda has a degree in teaching and is a master of proofreading. Although she quit her teaching job to become a stay-at-home mom to her two daughters, once they were in high school, she decided to start working again. She soon found herself in the publishing business, where she worked for 15 years and was often referred to as “eagle eyes.” She now works as an independent contractor for Denning Print Company.
Julia works as a freelance photographer for Denning Print Company. After graduating from prestigious Bard College in New York with a degree in Anthropology, she became a wildland firefighter. After a knee injury forced her to take her career down a different path, she decided to pursue a career in the National Park Service.
A world traveler with an independent spirit, Julia brings a host of unique skills to her photographic endeavors.