Crai S Bower writes stories from 25-character taglines to 2,500-word case studies for a variety of companies including Intel, Microsoft, and Accenture. He also writes, photographs, and broadcasts travel stories for more than 25 outlets such as American Way, National Geographic Traveler, and National Public Radio. Crai frequently speaks about a wide range of topics at conferences and meetings. He is profiled in “Seattle 100: Portrait of a City (Voices that Matter).”
People hire me for: telling their stories
All-time favorite project: following Wordsworth’s footpaths through England’s Lakes District
If I didn’t do what I do, I would like to: garden
When I’m not working you can find me: in my garden drinking wine or tea
Favorite words to live by: “Between my finger and my thumb, the squat pen rests. I’ll dig with it.” —“Digging” S. Heaney
Little known fact about me: I am shy.
Helpless in the face of: beauty
Favorite book: Death of a Naturalist by Seamus Heaney
Favorite word: ineluctable
Favorite sound: The “Dawn Chorus”
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