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Hello! I'm Lindsay. 


I am a successful entrepreneur and business owner, foodie, avid fan of the Portland Trailblazers, and mom to one kiddo, 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 bunnies, and 5 chickens. 

Originally hailing from Los Angeles, I made the leap and moved to Portland in early 2008. While in LA, I honed my skills working for an independent record label as a booking agent, marketing coordinator, and event planner—orchestrating national tours and hosting showcases at SXSW. Over time, however, I became disenchanted with the hustle of LA and moved to Portland to seek a quieter life. There, I immersed myself in the local culinary landscape, launching a beloved food blog (RIP Rosemarried) while working in a marketing role at an academic publishing company.

In 2014, I took a bold leap and quit my job and founded Strannigan & Sons. Since then, my company has been at the forefront of social media strategy and influencer management for businesses across the Portland area. My current roster of clients includes Smith Teamaker, Wilderton Botanical Spirits, Suttle Lodge, Lauretta Jean's Bakery, Waterfront Blues Festival, Earth Day Oregon and Aria Gin. Additionally, Strannigan & Sons offers a suite of services, including content creation, copywriting, influencer events and strategy, social media classes and audits, and digital marketing consulting.

Throughout my career, I have produced a myriad of events, spanning the spectrum from intimate gatherings to grand-scale productions. I have produced events for Union/Pine, Feast Portland, Tillamook, Jacobsen Salt Co., Whole Foods, Uncle Nearest Whiskey, Taste Washington, Merit Badge, Stumptown Coffee Roasters, and more.

Beyond my professional pursuits, I'm deeply committed to social justice and civic engagement. In my spare time, I volunteer for numerous local non-profits, serving on steering committees for various fundraising galas and contributing my efforts to organizations such as IRCO, RIHO, Cultivate Initiatives, The Partnership for Safety and Justice, and Oregon Food Bank. Currently, I hold the position of board president for All Saints Episcopal Church, where I'm actively involved in overseeing a significant remodel and expansion of the Woodstock Food Pantry.

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