Professional Services

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Based between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean in Oregon, Broken Banjo Photography is available just about anywhere that wheels or wings will go.

Broken Banjo focuses on conference/event photography, portraiture, headshots, and general imagery.

The name, “Broken Banjo Photography” comes from a passage in Pete Seeger’s biography; when jumping out of a moving train, he broke his fall with his banjo. The banjo didn’t fare well, and was one of only two items of value the troubadour had. The other item was a camera, which he pawned to buy another instrument. After two days playing his new instrument in bars and on the street, he made enough money to buy his camera back, and was on his feet again.

There’s probably a metaphor in there somewhere

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Smyth McIntosh provides counsel to members of the business community in Manzanita and North Tillamook County, and is addressing estate planning needs for those who have retired to the area. Sarah is on the board of the Manzanita Business Alliance and active in the North Tillamook Rotary Club. Having seen both sides – borrower from a regional bank, legal counsel for a community bank – Sarah is particularly skilled at understanding and meeting the banking, property and related needs of Smyth McIntosh and Law Manzanita clients.

In addition to heading the law practice she founded, Sarah is owner and developer of Smyth Landing, a 54,000-square foot, mixed-use office-condominium complex that exemplifies the future of the state capital’s West Bay area. Through a sub-area “urban waterfront” plan, shoreline enhancement and public access to the waterfront will be emphasized through mixed-use developments that incorporate parks and trails for the community.

Smyth McIntosh earned her B.A. degree from the University of Washington in 1982 and her J.D. degree from Seattle University (formerly University of Puget Sound School of Law) in 1985. She began practicing law in 1986.

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LORINCZ LITERARY SERVICES is here to help you create, to polish, and to publish.
 
Writing is a collaborative effort. If you need someone to bounce ideas off and give you honest feedback, we’re here. If you need a proofreader and copy editor, we are quick and proficient. If you need a thorough assessment of your text, each of us is thrilled to immerse ourself in your work, be it fiction, academic material, industry text, creative non fiction,  or a screenplay. Review the Services and Fees pages for specifics; if you don’t see what you need, contact us, we can work something out.
Owner Holly Lorincz, a local, is a long-time professional editor and successful collaborative writer with a string of published titles. Our editors have a broad background in the publishing industry, and understand the market. This is our focus because we truly enjoy reading and guiding writers to a polished product. As highly trained close readers, we are ethical, truthful, and positive with developmental and copyediting recommendations. We love words. We’re happy to work with any level of writer, with any genre or format. Whether writing a novel, screenplay, article, essay, blog post, business proposal, thesis, grant, query letter, publishing proposal, memoir, informational text, short story, or a speech, we have the knowledge and skills to help you.
Let’s get started!

Holly Lorincz, Editing and Publishing Consultant.
PO Box 1316
Manzanita, OR 97130

We refuse to accept racist, sexist, or bigoted projects.
We see books as a conduit to creating a better world.
Check out our Services page, and email hollylorincz@gmail.com for quotes and deadlines. 

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