Watch Hip Hop Horses OnlineKCTS9, the Seattle-based PBS affiliate station, will begin airing new segments featuring stories from North Central Washington produced by Howell at the Moon in January and February 2014.

The segments, written, produced and directed by Jamie Howell of Howell at the Moon Productions in Wenatchee, will focus on regional arts and culture across NCW. They will be featured as part of PIE (, an episodic TV show that assembles stories on art, music, history and the innovative spirit that makes our corner of the world a fascinating and dynamic place.

Howell signed on to produce segments as a correspondent from east of the mountains earlier in 2013. His first two stories will air in January, with a third scheduled for broadcast in February.

The first story, “Pegashizzle,” which debuts on Mon., Jan. 6 at 10 p.m. and airs again on Thurs., Jan. 9 at 7 p.m., features the Pegasus Project (, an equine therapy center in Yakima, WA, that decided to make a hip-hop video starring its magical horses to share the remarkable impacts they are having on the lives of NCW riders with disabilities.  

The second story, “Moondoggies,” which debuts on Mon., Jan. 13 at 10 p.m. and airs again on Thurs., Jan. 16 at 7 p.m., was shot in the home of Scott and Jenny Erickson of Wenatchee during a house concert by The Moondoggies ( and takes a look at the growing popularity of these intimate, home-based performances. All episodes are also available at



"GEE WHIZ: The Story of Grady Auvil” and “TOM MATHISON: The Growing Season” are now available to the general public just in time for Christmas. They share the stories of two fruit industry pioneers who changed the face of fruit growing forever. The DVDs are available here for $19.99, or $29.99 for both. Orders can also be placed by calling 509-888-0505 or by email at .


Austin Tourism Spot Featured in USA Today Travel

A recent Howell at the Moon Production called Christmas in Austin was featured in a USA Today Travel piece and is  generating quite a bit of online buzz. The video, which features Shelley King's original tune, is the first installment for the City of Austin and is an artful blend of cinematography and Oly's signature brand of motion graphics.



US Forest Service Announces Official Partnership with PEDAL-DRIVEN

The U.S. Forest Service is tapping into its creative side to address illegal trail building on public lands by announcing an official partnership with PEDAL-DRIVEN. “This production documents the great things we can accomplish when we work together to solve problems,” said Forest Supervisor Becki Heath of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, whose forest is prominently featured in the documentary. “It also illustrates the challenges user-built trails can bring, including resource damage and public safety issues.”

Read the full press release on the PR Newswire.


Howell at the Moon Wins International Davey Award for Tourism Campaign

The International Academy of Visual Arts recently announced Howell at the Moon a Silver Winner for their "Gitcha Goomsba Up!" travel & tourism campaign. The Davey Awards exclusively honor the "Davids" of Creativity, the finest small firms, agencies and companies in the world that derive their strength from big ideas, rather than big budgets.