Janet began her career in newspapers in 1988 with Lee Enterprises at the Missoulian in Montana. With more than 20 years devoted to the newspaper industry in one facet or another, Taylor remains confident in the future of community journalism. She believes in fair, accurate and relevant news to keep the community informed and connected. She and her husband of 34 years, Hank, enjoy skiing, tasting the fabulous wines of Washington, gardening, hiking, spending time with their family, their bicycles, the Harley and traveling.
Craig is the Managing Editor of The Scene and has been editor of the Bellevue Reporter since its expansion in January 2007. He has worked at dailies and weeklies in the Northwest for more than 30 years. He lives in Bellevue.
Keegan is a staff writer for the Bellevue Reporter and assistant editor of the newspaper’s monthly specialty publication, The Scene. She graduated from Western Washington University with a B.A. in journalism. She loves art and music and spends her free time catching shows throughout the Greater Seattle area.
Tek Chai | Designer
Tek has been the layout/graphic designer for The Scene Magazine since its launch of the publication in March 2010. Being a visual person, he enjoys photography and photo-illustrations. His current photo-illustration work, still work-in-progress, “The Land of Make Believe” (inspired by Barney) uses fashion models that he took and strategically placed in a surreal environment. All of his work are done digitally primarily with Photoshop software.
Heija is an award-winning humor writer whose work has appeared frequently in The Seattle Times and Reporter Newspapers. She has appeared on local and national television including “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” She’s also a passionate community activist, volunteer and fundraiser, and of course a member of the local PTA, also known as Pretty Tough Audience. Heija loves talking to strangers and lives near Seattle with her ”Attorney” and three very resilient kids. Follow her on Twitter, friend her on Facebook or relax, sit back, and silently judge her life in the flickering glow of your computer screen at her blog The Worst Mother in the World.