About the Pioneer Collective


the Pioneer Collective aims to provide a platform for creativity and human ineraction in a world where opportunities for real world connections are rapidly declining. tPC provides an atmosphere where talented people feel comfortable working or relaxing, collaborating or working alone, focusing or letting the mind wander.  Our diverse membership base comes draws from a myriad of backgrounds and life experiences.  Many of our members have relocated to Seattle from around the world, including Cuba, Italy, China, Quebec, New Zealand, England, New York, Ohio, Colorado, Alaska, Minnesota, and Texas.  The space is home to entrepreneurs, artists, small business owners, consultants, freelancers, remote workers, students and small teams. Industries represented include:

  • UX/UI design

  • Graphic design

  • Digital and fine arts

  • Photography

  • B2B and B2C web applications

  • Filmmaking

  • Information Technology

  • Engineering

  • Architecture

  • PR and marketing

  • Aerospace

  • Music

  • Academia

  • Computer engineering

  • Agriculture & forestry

  • Distribution

  • Advertising


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Jamie H. is an adventure-loving Iowan who has made her way to the Pacific Northwest.  After receiving her bachelor's degree in biology from Iowa State, she worked in a variety of industries from coffee to technology.  Through each experience, Jamie realized she had a passion for building communities and bringing people together, which ultimately brought her to the Pioneer Collective.  In her free time, you can find Jamie enjoying a beer, going on a long hike, or trying to convince herself to do yoga.  She also loves to travel.  Her favorite places to visit are Slovenia, the Czech Republic, and Vietnam.  Stop by and say hi!



Audrey and Chris are a husband and wife team based in Seattle, Washington.  As their garage wood shop grew from a lone miter saw to a more robust and slightly cramped collection of hand and power tools, so did their passion for designing and building.

In their previous careers, they each experienced a variety of office settings.  After logging work hours in home offices, coffee shops, and shared workspaces, they became believers in the value of communal work environments.  In a time when more professionals are able to dictate their work settings and schedules, they remain dedicated to the idea that human interaction, atmosphere, and community engagement foster creativity and productivity.

The Pioneer Collective was born from a desire to design an inspiring space and community for people who share these views.