Author: Chey Scott

Nature’s Bounty

Nature’s Bounty

An untrained eye would have overlooked the cluster of silvery green leaves poking up through a pile of smooth rocks on the banks of the Spokane River. But wild plant forager Aubrey Mundell immediately spots the herb.

Small Town Revival

Small Town Revival

On a hot, dry and dusty August afternoon, the main street through Harrington is mostly deserted but for the occasional wheat truck roaring in off the highway, heading towards towering grain elevators at the south end of town.

After losing two brothers to suicide, Sabrina Votava founded a prevention-driven nonprofit in Spokane

After losing two brothers to suicide, Sabrina Votava founded a prevention-driven nonprofit in Spokane

Sabrina Votava’s family experienced unimaginable tragedy in 2003. Two separate moments that year changed Votava’s life forever and led the now 34-year-old Spokane native to devote her career to helping ensure that other families in the Inland Northwest don’t go through what hers did.

The Cake Master

The Cake Master

Christine Leaming has always been artistic. Instead of paint or clay or other traditional materials, her chosen media these days are buttercream icing, fondant, modeling chocolate, food dyes and cake batter.

Cookie Canvas

Cookie Canvas

Amber Fenton is a cookie artist. Amongst others in the world of royal icing masters, however, Fenton considers herself a “cookier,” a title adopted by fellow bakers whose canvases of choice are the infinite shapes that can be formed into a sugar cookie.

Inlander Pet Issue, 2018

Inlander Pet Issue, 2018

After being inspired by similar “pet issues” published by a few other alternative weeklies in the U.S., I developed and edited this cover package with contributions from The Inlander’s editorial team.