Langdon Farms is a premiere golf course and event venue located just 15 miles south of downtown Portland, Oregon. It’s consistently rated highly among the best rated golf courses. In fact, OregonLive.com called Langdon Farms one of the top golf courses in the area. Our mission is to be the best conditioned public golf course in the four county area. Local, regional and national golf writers have all recognized us as a ‘truly unique golf experience’ as a result. We invested in year-round dry conditions well before it was the ‘cool’ thing to do.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This is true, but when it comes to Nathan Holden’s photography, a picture also evokes a thousand emotions.
When you meet the photographer behind the camera, you can begin to understand the magic. Fully self-taught, Nathan has been looking at life through the lens for more than a decade. What began as a calming mechanism in an otherwise chaotic world has developed into a full-blown passion for looking at things from a different perspective. Nathan is able to capture subtle nuances, layers of mood, and details within details through his photography.
As a professional photographer Nathan has developed a positive reputation and ever-growing fan base.
Mission statement—”Our mission is to connect, strengthen, and represent the Oregon equine industry.” Oregon Horse Council represents our state on the American Horse Council and State Coalition of Horse Councils.
Portland based Indie Pop band Those Willows began almost 10 years ago when Jack Wells and Mel Tarter met in high school in the suburbs of Detroit, MI. Since then, they have grown to a four piece band and evolved their sound with Motown, folk and soul influences. With four releases, tours around the US, and songs appearing on MTV, VH1 and Bravo, Those Willows will hook you with their vice grip vocal harmonies and magnetic energy.=
“…vice grip vocal harmonies…” – Oregon Public Broadcasting
“Those Willows’ Big-Hearted Pop Is the Sound of Young Love Actually Working Out”
– Willamette Week (Portland, OR)