Hawley + Associates Portfolio

    This portfolio offers a small sample of various projects produced by Hawley + Associates. To see our complete portfolio, visit www.behance.net/cshawley.

    Hermanson Design is one of the most respected lighting and interior design firms in the Pacific Northwest, with clients that include U.S. Bancorp, Senator Mark Hatfield, and legendary film maker Warren Miller. This brochure showcases Hermanson's work at the Grand Lodges, a luxury residential development on Oregon's scenic Mt. Hood.


    Burn to Learn

    This mini-documentary follows the work of the Newberg Fire Department during a breathtaking  "Burn to Learn" exercise on the outskirts of Newberg, Oregon. Dramatic fire scenes demonstrate the dangers these firefighters (many of whom are volunteers) face each day. Written and produced for Firecom.


    Business Forum

    The Portland Business Forum is a continuing business education group of professionals. This project called for the creation of a "family" of brochures to highlight the benefits of membership, publicize the forum's annual scholarship program for high school students, and provide a directory of members. Printing by J.B. Gray & Son.


    Reader Survey

    In addition to writing and design, Hawley + Associates is experienced in marketing research and analysis. This project involved a reader survey for TOC Management Services (now Vigilant), which sought direction in consolidating  and redesigning several of its publications to better meet the needs of its members.


    Creston kids

    Creston Children's Dental Clinic serves more than 15,000 low-income children in Portland (Oregon) Public Schools who would otherwise have no access to proper dental care. This pro bono video project was produced in connection with Creston's annual fundraising luncheon, and illustrates the important volunteer work of these dedicated professionals.



    We go on assignment in Sweet Home, Oregon to cover the maiden voyage of the Dental Foundation of Oregon's Tooth Taxi. Many residents of this tiny community live well below the poverty line. When you can barely afford to put food on the table, dental care just isn't a priority. Read how the Tooth Taxi is changing that story, one child at a time.