Angela Hill has joined Puget Sound as human resources coordinator. She, her husband, and their four teenage daughters—including triplets—recently relocated from Chicago. She and her family are loving the beauty of the Pacific Northwest!
DID YOU KNOW? Batik—the artisan practice of using wax and dye to create intricate designs on textiles—is most prevalent in Indonesia, though some experts believe the technique originated in Egypt, as similar patterns have been discovered on the cloths used to wrap mummies.
Vashon Thriller The film Point Defiance, a new thriller shot entirely on Vashon Island, was a homecoming of sorts for producer Mark Sayre ’06. The film was shot on locations that included his parents’ waterfront home and Old Mill Road, and held its Pacific Northwest premiere at the Vashon Center for the Arts in March. It is now making rounds on the film festival circuit.