Writer. Communications Strategist. Creative at large.

Currently: Senior writer for Coast Mountain Culture magazine.  Editor of the Winds of Change’s Wellness Almanac. Columnist in the Whistler Question. Content for Patagonia, Arc’teryx, and Kicking Horse Coffee’s Full Press journal.

Formerly: Associate Creative Director at Origin Design + Communications, hypewriter for Crankworx, PR machine for the inaugural Enduro World Series, the Whistler Writers Festival, Slow Food Cycle Sunday and Director of Communications of the World Ski and Snowboard Festival. Communications wingman for the Squamish Lillooet Regional District. Social media strategist for Mile One Eating House. Occasional social media manager when a state of emergency is declared in the SLRD.

Have lovely distinction of having been voted Pemberton’s favourite writer 9 years in a row. Longform girl in a short form world. Someone called me prolific, which is a nice way of saying I still need to  .

Find me on LinkedIn and twitter.




9 Comments Add yours

  1. Caro says:

    Nice work Lisa. I love your story on the lessons of sucking on rock. Great ones for the broader church of life. Awesome to see you growing AND in more ways than 1!!! Caro

  2. Jenny says:

    Hi Lisa! I’ve just come across your website and you’re smart to have left your email address off of it because if I could find it I would be writing you a big, embarrassing, gushing email about how grateful I am to have found your voice at this exact point in my life/career and how it’s going to take a week but I’m going to bookmark your blog and read absolutely everything on it. Not in a crazy person way. Just in a sincerely admiring way. It would sound better in an email than in this comment but it will have to do. Many, many thank yous and high fives. Wishing you all of the best!

    1. Lisa Richardson says:

      Best stalker note, ever.

  3. Rita Braun says:

    Hi Lisa, I just read your piece in the Patagonia catalogue and loved it. Consumed and saddened by distressing politics in the lower 48, I was refreshed by your words. Thank you! Lovely bumping into you amongst the Patagonia pages.

    1. Lisa Richardson says:

      Thanks Rita, I appreciate that immensely. And your effort to track me down and leave a note.

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