A Little Backstory
Since 2005 Douglas Campbell has been a brand strategist, community organizer, event producer and experience designer on the west coast of the US. He draws inspiration by twisting together the unexpected to create such memorable projects as MindshareLA, mixing ideas and mischief to stoke inspiration; Syyn Labs (which eventually evolved into Two Bit Circus), blending artists with engineers to spur creativity; and The Tuxedo Travels, one of the earliest social media projects to combine charity with adventure. He’s consulted with numerous small businesses on growing their revenue, as well as large clients, ranging from Google to the Getty, to create memorable brand experiences. In 2015 Douglas was hired by Cross Campus, a prominent Los Angeles coworking company to help them launch their 2nd and 3rd locations.
In 2017 Douglas decided to take a break from the city grind to go on an experiential sabbatical. He moved to southern Oregon to be part of the restoration of a wilderness community & retreat center called Trillium. He used this experience to advise other intentional communities on how to create legal and financial models for communal land stewardship. He was also finally able to sit still for long enough to publish his first book: “The Motorcycle & The Molecule“, a mischievous adventure novel that explores alternative communities throughout the U.S. and Central America.
In 2020, largely inspired the COVID kick-in-the-ass remote work boom, he decided to return to the business world, launching Rogue Media as a lightning fast, digital design agency. From logos to logins, he helps clients around the globe stand out by refining their brand flavor, crafting digital marketing strategies and web assets that help them grow their business.