The Team


Harrison, Visual Design Consultant

I'm an avid rock climber, an enthusiastic lacrosse player, and a skilled gamer.

I have the keen eye of a designer, the imagination of a world-class storyteller, and the sharp mind of an engineer (which is what I’m thinking of pursuing as a career).

I'm witty and can always make my friends and my mom laugh. Also, I just 'get' things and intuitively know what to say, and when. My mom used to call me her Buddha Boy (before I became a teenager and am now embarrassed by that nickname -- but this is her website so she's printing it anyway) 'cause I've always said the most profound things at the simplest moments.

My job here at Team Hunter Mackenzie is to be my mom's most trusted advisor, first of all. There isn't a major decision she makes without discussing it with me first. (Not that she always takes my advice. Although if we're being honest, most of the time she does.)

I have a great eye for design, as I mentioned above, so I'm charged with approving most of the graphics that leave HHM headquarters, as well as all the web pages.

I also have better than average critical thinking skills, so 'the boss' tends to do quite a bit of brainstorming with me.

I'm really proud of what we've created with this business, and I hope you enjoy our products and services as much as we've enjoyed creating them for you.


Percy, Team Mascot & Resident Therapist

I'm on a mission to see how many seconds out of my life I can be the most adorable creature my humans have ever beheld. So far, so good.

I like to curl myself into the shape of a fibonacci spiral, and can also often be found sleeping with my chin resting on a nearby surface, even if it appears to the humans that I am uncomfortable in such a position. I also have a particular fondness for tent-like structures created by blankets and comforters.

I frequently stare deeply into my humans' eyes while contemplating the meaning of tuna. And I enjoy a good foot massage when I can get one.

My 'mom' and my 'brother' are both acceptable caretakers, although I often plot to kill them or escape my home, using mainly spoons (I saw it in a movie once).

That's just the way we cats are.

In the meantime, while I let my humans live (uncultured swine that they are!), I regularly dispense psychological advice to them using the voice of a pretentious Englishman.