Todd Pitt is a chief digital strategist / web developer and founder of Zero Strategist. Todd is a social entrepreneur / freelance consultant, web 2.0 practitioner / thought leader, certified change manager / agent of social change, creative innovator / web technologist, digital / codex / spoken word poet, experimental poetic tinkerer, economist / theorist / analyst, blogger / writer, photographer / visualizer, singer / songwriter / guitarist, educator / teacher / student, father of three / husband / son, adventurer / explorer / story teller, multimedia artist / sculptor / collagist, burner & being of truth and light.
A collection of photographs of Todd
Todd moved to Portland, Oregon in late 2009 from the greater Washington D.C. metro area. After living in PDX with a group of artists, poets and musicians in the middle of his epic road trip across America during summer of 2005, Todd discovered PDX. It was during this time living with his best friend Julia in Portland that redefined his ideas of what local, city, community, sustainability, nature, transportation, art, music, food, technology and culture meant. Todd is passionate about bringing ideas to life through hard work and the creation of a myriad of digital projects he has dreamed up over the years. His experience working in on social web presence development, digital strategy, web 2.0 and change management over the past few years has redefined his visions for his personal, professional, family lives. Todd has been blessed with a beautiful wife and three amazing children who are his world. They live together in PDX where they drink amazing coffee, make delicious tea, grow dream come true roses with their two mischievous felines – Oskar and Miss Monroe.
My current mantra comes from the poetic song lyrics of an amazing band called dredg -
“All you need is a modest house, in a modest neighborhood, in a modest town where honest people dwell. Making the cleanest energy for the greenest plants to grow, richest soil that is drenched with the freshest rain.Then you should sit in your backyard watch clouds peak over the tallest mountain tops, because they unveil honest opinions about the stars.” – Same Ol’ Road by dredg