Master of the Wild
Ty Mulholland is the President of Wildland, and has over 10 years of experience leading highly talented teams through large scale projects. Ty has developed projects for large companies such as Microsoft, Hyundai, and Lamb Weston as well as small and locally owned startups. He is passionate about technology that enhances people’s lives. Ty is an avid supporter of the community. He is a board member for Fuse Co-Working, has been a Tri-Conf organizer, Startup Weekend Organizer, WSU guest lecturer, Launch University Keynote and founded several meet ups in the community. He lives in Richland with his wife and three daughters.
The Fifth Element
Herb Collingridge has been with Wildland from the start. He enjoys designing, rocking branding, web development, and print and product design. Prior to Wildland, Herb was “footloose and fancy free-lancing” for several Fortune 1000, 500, and 250 clients for more than 10 years. He plays well with others, revels in nurturing one-on-one relationships, and likes to foster the talent in others. When not busy crafting a brand or gulping coffee, you can find Herb on a river (and other, secret fishing holes) fly fishing with his wife, brother, and Dad or playing video games. He also enjoys photography, sci-fi shows/movies, and snowboarding.
Tyler joined Wildland in 2016 as a Project Manager after working for over 5 years in the medical software industry. Tyler has played an integral part in developing and maintaining development strategies as well as implementing operational procedures. Although he is a native of the Tri-Cities, Tyler has lived in Portland and Washington D.C. and is more than happy to give unsolicited recommendations on the best places to eat in either city. He holds a Master of Arts degree in History and is a proud nerd when it comes to movies, games, and baseball.
Joe is a Senior Developer at Wildland and has been developing software professionally for over 10 years; everything from large web-based applications to tiny embedded applications. Joe started building awesome things for Wildland in 2015 as one of the original team members. Although Joe holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science, he and his wife frequently find themselves camping in the beautiful wilderness that Washington State offers.
Isaac “Ike” Lewis
Isaac joined Wildland as a Senior Developer after working for over 10 years in web technologies across multiple industries. Isaac has led teams implementing robust, modern technology platforms for organizations, helping translate web innovations into pragmatic business decisions. A farm boy at heart, he loves building technology for the agricultural industry. Isaac enjoys literature, outdoorsman-ship, philosophy, and messing about in boats. He lives in Richland with his wife, Sarah.
Sam is one of the original members of Wildland, and currently serves as the organization’s chief architect; providing the long-term technical vision for our development projects. Sam is a native of the Tri-Cities and graduated from WSU Tri-Cities with a degree in Computer Science. He loves snowboarding, hiking, and teaching people how to make super delicious coffee, and currently lives in Richland with his son.
Erin is Wildland’s resident design systems evangelist. Passionate about application design, she joined Wildland in 2015 as an interface developer. Erin has always been an active community member participating in organizations such as CampFire USA, Boy Scouts of America, and Atomic Cooperative Market. Erin is currently on the board of Fuse Co-Working and supporting efforts for a new bicycle cooperative, Wheelhouse. Erin and her husband spend their free time with three busy teens and enjoy backpacking and bicycling around the Pacific Northwest. Erin has been tinkering with web work for over 15 years. She received her degree in Computer Science with an Art emphasis from Columbia Basin College in 2011 and has been professionally creating beautiful things ever since.
Kevin is a zany software developer birthed from the hop fields of Moxee, Washington. After earning a Computer Science degree from Central Washington University he moved to Richland to begin his career. Although relatively new to the Tri-Cities, this fine lad is an avid member of the local co-working community. In his off time he can be found working on personal projects or playing Pokemon Go.
Amy is a Tri-Cities transplant with a B.F.A. in Graphic Design from California State University Fullerton. She takes pride in calling the Wildland office her home away from home in between yoga practice and frozen yogurt runs. During her free time she can be found playing video games with her husband and running around with her son-in-pomeranian-form, Knuckles.
An English major turned techie, Nathan joined the Wildland Team as an intern in early 2016, and is now a staffed Junior Developer. Before Wildland he was a teaching assistant for the Web Development course at General Assembly technical school. A more-or-less Tri-City native, he spent a number of years in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he slipped and fell into the world of coding languages. A lifelong writer, Nathan can usually be found with either a book or pen and paper in hand, and every once in a while, those pages scribble’s wind up in some publication or another. He lives in Richland with his wife and daughter, and assures you that he is in fact human—despite coworkers’ claims of his robotic nature.
Baron von Bean Counter
Casey Stratton is a native Tri-Citizen and joined the Wildland team in early 2016 as CFO. His MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship compliment is drive to solve problems by building relationships. He is an advocate of our local community and believes in companies that contribute to a sense of community and economy. Casey lives in Richland with his wife and super active son and can be seen riding his bike to work when the weather allows.
Brett dedicates much of his time to the growth and expansion of small businesses and the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the Tri-Cities. He strives to provide innovative solutions for businesses faced with technological challenges. When Brett is not immersed in the business community of the Tri-Cities, he spends time with his wife and daughters. He enjoys mountain biking, hunting, golf, and writing science fiction. He dreams of a downtown Richland and a unified Tri-Cities produced, in part, by his business law efforts.