We’re a network of humble like-minded creatives who have the expertise to solve any problem that comes our way. 


Pendletone can best be described by what we’re not.

We don’t have offices in Portland and LA. We’re never going to describe ourselves as having “artisan intuition” and we’re not fooling ourselves into thinking our work is achieving some kind of “social good.” We’re not a new kind of agency who aren’t like all those other agencies. Frankly, we are like a lot of other agencies, just way easier to work with. We’re set-up to give you what you need and make you look great as we do it.


Art, Copy, Media

You have a unique set of issues and presumably you’ve come here because you have a small problem or perhaps a serious need. With a network of creatives who have extensive agency and corporate experience, we have the expertise to find you a solution. And with decreased overhead, we can deliver it as efficiently as possible.


“The guys at Pendletone delivered top-notch creative that was delivered without drama, on time and on budget.”

First, Albrecht & Blondis, s.c.



Our Philosophy

We pride ourselves on being knowledgable, practical and easy to work with. No project is too big or small and all work is done with pride and efficiency. Reach out to us and you’ll see.


Our Services

We consider ourselves creative problem solvers, so you’re not going to find a takeout menu list of services. Simply put, you already know what you need and we have the know-how to help you achieve it.


Our Gratitude

Making great things isn’t the only thing that matters to us. That’s why we volunteer our time and services to the community and give a chunk of our profits back to worthy causes each year.



In 1961, 5 teenagers were on the verge of putting out their first rock single, Surfin’. They thought they had the perfect name, The Pendletones. However, when the single was released a few weeks later, the band found out their label had renamed them The Beach Boys. Our name Pendletone was chosen not only to honor a band we love, but also to honor all the ideas that, for better or worse, never saw the light of day.