Focused on: brands that care, wordsmithing, and people-first marketing

Lauren Burgess is driven by the crazy idea that marketing can actually make the world a better place. She brings a unique understanding of people to the marketing table—what moves, inspires, and connects us. Her copywriting and brand messaging is compelling and authentic because she stands behind the companies and causes she writes for. Lauren’s writing reflects her clients' identities and company values, all backed with intuitive, creative marketing strategy. 

Lauren finds levity, humility, and adventure in the rugged mountains and endless backcountry surrounding Bozeman. Find her outside, running, hiking, skiing, climbing, and hoping she brought enough snacks / took the right trail / remembered her headlamp this time.

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logan burgess | financial writing + Strategy

Focused on: financial services, technology, startups, and business development


A true jack-of-all-trades and master of some, Logan's financial industry experience shines through in every project. Before going independent as a financial writer, Logan worked within financial services as a market analyst, commodity trader, sales copywriter, compliance specialist, and marketing content manager. Not pigeon-holed to the world of finance, Logan enjoys working on any project that disrupts the status-quo or aim to bring about positive social change.

When not writing for Headwall Digital, Logan serves as the Director of Marketing for TEDxBozeman and can be found chasing elk, trout, and hockey pucks around Montana.


Zoe The Dog | Senior VP of human resources

Focused on: eating, sleeping, and being a good dog


Zoe the rescue mutt is 50% German Shepherd, 50% Corgi, and 50% Black Bear. As Senior VP of Human Resources, Zoe works to ensure a positive, safe work environment for Headwall Digital employees and is an integral part of vetting new potential hires. With over 80 dog-years of experience under her belt, she brings a lifetime of HR wisdom to the table.

When not working, she spends her days running on- and off-trail through the mountains and fields around Bozeman, lounging on one of her three dog beds, and diligently gathering market beta on neighborhood magpies.

“ the art of living [he] draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play; his labor and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision... through whatever he is doing, and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. To himself, he always appears to be doing both.”
— Yvon Chouinard