About Canyon Media
Canyon Media is a boutique publishing services firm, specializing in editorial design for publishers and corporate clients. In addition to design, the company utilizes an established network of top professional services—from across the United States—to provide a wide array of additional publishing services. Read more about our services.
The company is led by Scott Cullins, who opened shop in 1999 after moving to East Idaho from Los Angeles, California. Cullins has approximately 20 years of editorial design, marketing communications, and other publishing industry experience. As creative director and project manager for every client, Cullins provides personalized and accountable service to every Canyon Media client.
After an early career of freelance work for publishers and ad agencies, Cullins was hired by Bon Appétit magazine in the mid-nineties, where he served as Art Director for several years. Cullins left Bon Appétit to lead the in-house advertising agency for Healthnet, and was then recruited to head up marketing for an Internet software start up in 2000. A few years later, he moved to Teton Valley, Idaho, and founded Canyon Media.
In the past decade, Canyon Media has worked with dozens of clients to launch new titles and redesign existing ones. The company's experience spans many industries including travel & leisure, food, motor sports, housing finance, sports, religion and others. Canyon Media's list of past and present clients includes: Royal Media Group, (NY, NY), Called Magazine (Ann Arbor, MI), HousingWire (Dallas, TX), Newcomer magazine (Atlanta, GA), Ines Del Mar Weddings (South Carolina), Chopper Build (Aspen, Colorado), Soka Gakkii International (Santa Monica, CA), Green Lifestyles (Sedona, AZ) and many others.
In addition to providing client services, Canyon Media has published a variety of print publications including: Yellowstone-Teton Country magazine, a national magazine launched in 2001 and sold on newsstands across the U.S. and Canada; the Teton Valley Outdoor Guide and Map, a folding road map; and the Teton Traveler, a newsprint tabloid covering the Greater Yellowstone Region.