Member Profile: Andy Hieb

Andy Hieb

Type of Member: Resident

Member Since: August 2010

In the summer of 2010, Andy Hieb came into Office Nomads for a tour but was already exclaiming that he was ready to be a Resident. He just had to first move to Seattle from Brooklyn.


We often get folks who come in and are super excited and then are never heard from again. Andy was not one of those people. Sure enough, August 1st he was moving his computer and photos to his desk of choice. I’m not sure if who was more excited, him or us. He jumped right into things here at ON, happily joining member lunches and attending the range of workshops we have in the space, from patent law to bicycle commuting.


Office Nomads is Andy’s space to work as a web developer with his company, Dtek. He runs a boutique web development shop that builds WordPress and Drupal web sites for non-profits, commercial firms, and entrepreneurs.


Andy has just moved back to Seattle and is loving seeing the city with fresh eyes and seeing how it has changed over the years. Visiting the new Elliott Bay Books, discovering new films with SIFF and trying to find the closest thing to New York pizza are favorite activities. Soccer, though, seems to top the list as his son, Jonah, plays on a team, Andy also plays, and the Sounders have already won them

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We’re pretty happy that Andy found us and are fairly certain that the feeling is mutual. Next time you’re in, you should make sure to say hi.


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