Meet-Up: Working with Influencers

Meet-Up Amy McCorkle is a designer, seamstress, and creator of Tate & Adele.  Amy’s passion is designing and creating high-quality heirloom pieces that are made to last. Each piece is uniquely designed with your child in mind. All of my pieces can be worn, played in and saved to be passed down for future generations. 

I discovered my joy and passion for designing unique and vintage-inspired children’s clothing after having my daughter in 2013. I grew up with a mother who made my clothes and a grandmother who was a quilter. I was taught at a young age the value of well-made clothing and was given the confidence to make my own. In college, I pursued a degree in Interior Design and Fashion. I learned the skills of pattern drafting and construction to take my abilities to a more professional level.

I believe in creating pieces made with the highest quality fabric and construction. All of my designs are created to be a timeless classic piece, not a disposable piece. I search for fabrics that will carry through all seasons and create patterns that can grow with your littles. I want you to get the most out of every purchase from Tate & Adele and for it to last for future babes and generations.

Stephanie Vanlochem, BA, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner & Certified Whole30 Coach is the founder of Cook By Color Nutrition. She believes that eating for both health and pleasure is possible, as the two are not mutually exclusive. Her philosophy is, ’Cook by Color, live ColorFULLY.’  She advocates for transparency and authenticity in social media and leads by example. Find details and ask questions on Instagram @CookByColor or at

Aimee Berg is the owner and formulator of Bushel & a Peck Organic Skincare and Beauty. She handcrafts organic and simple ingredient products that have changed the way that people look at nontoxic living. Aimee formulates and manufactures each product herself in Albany, OR (started in Bend) and is an advocate for the green beauty movement as well as focuses on creating products that make a difference in consumer’s lives.

Aimee’s advocates to promote kindness, quality, and affordability with each product she creates as well as uses social media as a platform to stand for authenticity, transparency, and #realife inside and out of the beauty industry.


Meet-Up: Working with Brands and Influencers

Friday October 25 | 10:30 am | 90 Minutes | Deschutes Brewery Tap Room

Ever wonder what it’s like to work with influencers? Drop by and ask questions to navigate this up and coming marketing channel