House on Park
Plain or peanut?
Introvert or Extrovert?
Extrovert (downstairs) and Introvert (upstairs)
Beach or mountains?
Beach (I look like I belong in Cape Cod.)
Home, family, pets?
I'm home to Fishhook and several other local businesses, including a church planter, videographer, micro-enterprise to Africa and accounting event planners. All sorts of people and pets come and go from me every day!
What I do at Fishhook?
I provide a colorful and comfortable environment that fosters creativity. No gray cubicles. No florescent lights. No desk phones.
Why I work here?
I get to be myself here. Open, bright, lively, with all my bumps and bruises. I feel needed and loved.
What I did before Fishhook?
I was a mess in need of some TLC. I've housed a dental lab, architecture firm and started as a farm house. I've been at Fishhook since 2011.
What the Fishhook team thinks about House on Park:
Megan says: "I love the creative and bright atmosphere of our space. I also enjoy that we share it with other great folks who add to it even more energy and life."
Shawn says: "I love that we have a back yard to walk out to and reenergize. It is a great space to just get your work done and have a lot of fun while doing it."
Evan says: "This place is tangible proof that we serve a God who is able to do immeasureably more than we ask or imagine. It's a crazy fun and creative space."
Leah says: "I am so thankful for our warm and inviting space! And we have a blast hosting people and teams - both inside and outside (love that back deck and yard). You're welcome anytime!"
Ben says: "There is great value for me in working from a creative, dynamic, fun space. I love the quirkiness of this old farmhouse and how it so clearly portrays the Fishhook culture."
Lindsay says: "I'll never forget driving by the house in the summer of 2011. Evan, Megan and I pulled up by the For Sale sign and Evan exclaimed, 'This could be the future Fishhook!' "